Division of Human Resources Lunch and Learn Series: Controlling Stress Before it Controls You
Time: 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM
Location: Nixon Hall 1st Floor Food Lab
Event Description: Stress is often experienced by those who are seeking help from professionals. Stress responses resulting from physical and mental health concerns, family disruptions, life transitions and other life circumstances are common. Stress is unavoidable; it does not have to control us. We will learn about the accumulative effect stress has on us emotionally and physically. We will consider how to better manage stress, apply solution focused techniques to reduce stress and learn how to apply a systematic approach to problem solving. Practical help will be given to better manage stress personally and professionally and to help others do the same! (Presenter: Judi Fischer, M.A., PCC-S; CEUs available upon request).
Presenter Bio: Judi is the President of Lakeshore Educational & Counseling Services. She is a counselor, educator, consultant and adjunct college instructor. She has a BS in Education and a MA in Clinical Pastoral Counseling. She is licensed by the State of Ohio as a Professional Clinical Counselor with supervisory designation. Her experience in education includes classroom teaching and educational presentations on a wide range of topics for professionals, community organizations, businesses, schools and churches. In her private practice she works with children, adolescents, adults, couples and families experiencing loss, life transitions, depression, anxiety, relational conflicts, self-esteem difficulties, stress related problems and spiritual concerns. She is a member of the American Counseling Association, the Ohio Counseling Association, the American Association for Christian Counselors, active in her local church and the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Judi schedules counseling appointments in Vermilion, Ohio and delivers trainings to community, professional and corporate audiences.
For questions regarding this event, contact Rachael Decker at 330-672-8368.
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