October 19, 2018
Coping with Stress and Depression in the Workplace
Thursday, November 1
7 PM (ET) / 4 PM (PT)
It may feel like you have no control over workplace stress, but you do.
- You may find that the littlest things set you off
- a particular person is difficult to deal with
- you fall into the trap of letting issues at work follow you home
At the end of the day, how you respond to job-related stress is what really matters. This webinar is all about you and stress management practices you can use at work.
Our presenter Marianne Clyde, will share how you can identify and manage stress in the workplace effective ways to practice mindfulness and stay in the moment how to know when symptoms are more than stress what resources are available for you.
The webinar is free and registration is now open!
About Our Presenter
Marianne Clyde, LMFT is an expert in mental health in the workplace. Marianne is the founder of the Marianne Clyde Center for Holistic Psychotherapy in Warrenton, VA, winner of the 2017 Best of Warrenton award, and Business Person of the Year in 2017. She also founded Be the Change Foundation empowering and equipping women to build successful home-based businesses.
A licensed marriage and family therapist, Marianne speaks to businesses and associations about empowerment, team building, and relationship networking. She is also an energizing speaker and dauntless world traveller. She has written and published numerous articles, appeared on radio and television worldwide, commenting on topics ranging from gun violence to having a happy marriage. Host and producer of her own TV shows, she has also hosted a call-in radio show and has produced the Moments of Mindfulness Meditation CD. She recently released her most powerful book to date, Zentivity™: How to Eliminate Chaos, Stress and Discontent in Your Workplace, also a best-seller.
This webinar is designed for family caregivers, human resource managers, Employee Assistance Program professionals, and adults concerned about themselves or others. Although clinicians are welcome to register, the program is intended for a general audience.