Managing Stress & Anxiety at Work – Friday, April 23, 2021

Register today on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/managing-stress-anxiety-at-work-tickets-150742718529 **Program Details provided after purchase.

Course Length:  1.0 hour | Date: Friday, April 23, 2021 | Time: 12:30pm CST

Description: Self-care is not selfish. Over the past year, we’ve all had to adjust to lock down and now we’re going to need to manage how we come out of it. Some people will be raring to go but others may be reluctant to step back into a physical office. On top of this we will still be managing our lives outside of work.

Join us for a session lead by Elizabeth Martin, LCSW LCDC a Psychotherapist who helps people make real change in their lives everyday. Learn more about Elizabeth by following her on Instagram or Facebook or in her recent interview with Voyage Dallas: http://voyagedallas.com/interview/exploring-life-business-elizabeth-martin-elizabeth-martin-msw-lcsw-lcdc-repetition-results-llc/

Learning Objectives: During the session, attendees will learn practical ways that you as an individual and your team as a whole can manage this transition and the measures you can put in place to support yourself and those around you. The session will include a short presentation, followed by Q&A with our licensed professional, Elizabeth Martin, LCSW LCDC.

Published by Dallas Society for Design Administration

We are an elite organization that advances management and administrative professionals in the A/E/C industry through education, networking, and resources. SDA Membership provides: Career/Industry Credibility A “home” for administrative leaders Access to the greater A/E/C Community Increased profession and industry passion Advancing A/E/C Firms from Within For over 60 years, the SDA has been providing accredited education, best management practices, and training on professional standards to help design firm personnel grow professionally. Our membership stretches across the United States and Canada and is composed of personnel in the architecture, engineering, construction, landscape, and interior design professions.

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