The Healthy and Unhealthy Coping Skills - Coaching Session
After more than a year of Pandemic Life, we have all no doubt developed coping skills which are both healthy and unhealthy.
In this workshop, we’ll consider the skills that we may want to adapt and keep as life gradually returns back to normal, and we’ll evaluate those skills that have been helpful in pandemic life but may backfire going forward.
This workshop will be fun, interactive, thoughtful, with a touch of humor as we share and explore our pandemic coping skills. We’ll have a brief presentation, breakout rooms, open discussions, and time for questions, with the goal to obtain clarity on how we’ve grown emotionally and how incredibly resilient we’ve become.
Our guest speaker, Mary Kathryn Marcom loves life as a kidney transplant recipient, has a Coaching therapy dog named Mercy, and is a Motivational Speaker. Certified by the ICF, Mary is a Grief Coach, coaching businesses, individuals and teams on grief and loss. In addition, she is a Mental Fitness coach through a program stemming from Shirzad Chamine’s bestselling book, Positive Intelligence. Her coaching practice is centered that anyone can make positive changes if they’re committed, motivated, and willing to do the work. She inspires her clients and walks with them on their journey to success.
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