Tuesday, December 5, 2017 from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM (MST)
Do you dread the holidays? Family and friends filling your house, differing political conversations at the dinner table, shopping trips to the mall with your kids screaming and crying? Makes for a stressful season, and there’s really no way to avoid it.
Don’t avoid it, learn how to manage it in a healthy way.
Join Dr. Liz Chamberlain for this engaging, interactive 45-minute workshop to help manage the stress of the holiday season (and beyond)! You will learn tools to help recognize stress before it becomes unmanageable, tools to manage the stress, and you’ll experience research-supported meditations and exercises you can use on the go when you need help most.
This workshop is for anyone who sometimes feels overloaded with stress or worry, or anyone who wants to learn additional ways to identify and manage stress.
In this interactive workshop, you’ll take away practical tools and strategies to:
- Identifystress before it takes control;
- Feel more in control of your reactions to stress; and
- Put stress management techniques into practice at home, work or with family over the holidays.
5:30-6:15pm Interactive workshop with Dr. Liz Chamberlain
6:340-7pm Casual Dinner**
**Food will be served by California Wrap Runner
About the Speaker:
Engaging speaker and clinical psychologist, Dr. Liz Chamberlain received her PhD in Counseling Psychology from the University of North Texas. Her areas of expertise include:
- Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Stress, Depression, and Anxiety
- Navigating Changes and Life Transitions
- Gottman Couples Therapy – Improving Connection in Relationships
- Mindfulness and Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace
- Healthy Relationships with Food and Eating
- Enhancing Mind-Body Connection
She grew up in Colorado, and after living in other places for about 20 years, she’s thrilled to be back and practicing at the CU Anschutz Health and Wellness Center. She personally loves yoga, hiking, skiing and snowshowing.