Join us for a Virtual Self-Care Summit
September 14th – 18th
It’s easy these days to find an article or Instagram post declaring the importance of self-care. People talk about bath bombs and massages, but what does self-care really mean? What does it mean to care for ourselves in a holistic way where we name our needs and meet those needs in a way that is honoring to all of who we are? When we spend most of our time taking care of other people, it’s important to take care of ourselves, to understand what we need and find the time to invest back in to ourselves.
We also know care needs to go beyond the self. We are all a part of communities and workplaces that could benefit from good communal care. In order for us to fully experience wholeness, we have to take care of each other too. Finding the balance between caring for your community while trying to care for yourself too is complicated, and only seems to be getting more challenging as we navigate the shifting world around us. We invite you to participate in our 1st Annual Self-Care Summit. Workshops will consist of tools and practices to care for yourself and also training sessions related to the management of teams and tools to continue your work in excellence.
Confidence in Conflict
Creative Problem Solving
Enneagram and the Workplace
Laughter and Stress
Taking Back your 2020 Goals
Understanding the Human Change Cycle
Date: September 14th – 18th
Cost*: $10 / individual session | $85 All Access Pass ($5/session saved)
All sessions will be recorded and links will be sent to everyone who registers.
*Nonprofit staff group rates are available. Reach out to Candace, firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information.
Monday, September 14 – Friday, September 18
All sessions will be recorded.
All times listed below are Central Time.
Morning, 10-11am: Self-Care Game Plan: Create a Sustainable Self-Care Practice with PMDD Health Coach, Rebecca Sairs
Midday, 12-1pm: Riding the Tsunami of Change: Understanding the Human Change Cycle with Self Care Coach, Eve Mannix
Afternoon, 3-4pm: Draw Like No One Is Watching: Relax While Fostering Creative Problem Solving with Small Group Facilitator, Sara Hamill
Evening, 6-7pm: Connecting Faith and Therapy: Intentional Healing for Black Men and Women with Therapist, Ben Roberts
Morning, 10-11am: Systemic Leadership & Organizational Dynamics with Leadership Consultant and Conflict Mediator, Dr. Steven Bonner
Midday, 12-1pm: Drinking Deeply When Your Soul is Parched with Spiritual Director, Kasey Hitt
Afternoon, 3-4pm: The Enneagram and the Workplace with Enneagram and Self Care Coach, Abby Buter
Evening, 6-7pm: Embodied Mindfulness with Mindfulness and Yoga Practitioner, Ashiya Swan
Morning, 10-11am: Self-Care & Prayer with the Breath with Spiritual Director, Yoga Practitioner and Author, Whitney R. Simpson
Midday, 12-1pm: Take Back 2020: Crushing your Goals Even in Chaos! with Life Strategist and Author, Kendra Garcia
Afternoon, 3-4pm: Laugh Anyway: How Humor Relieves Stress with Comedian, Tracy DeGraaf
Morning, 10-11am: Blessed are the Flexible: Achieving Work-Life Balance with Therapist, Merna ElSols
Midday, 12-1pm: Beyond Food, Mood and Intuitive Eating: Eating to Your Soul’s Satisfaction with Nutritionist, Nan Allison
Afternoon, 3-4pm: Am I Called to be a Human Doormat? with Therapist, Chris O’Rear
Late Afternoon (*time change from other days*), 4:30pm: Investing In You: Reach Your Full Potential Through Intentional Personal Growth with Leadership Coach, Linda Zelnik
Morning, 10-11am: How A Scarcity Mindset Robs You of Your Best Self with Money Mindset Coach, Jill Wright
Midday, 12-1pm: Self-Compassion: A Little Goes Along Way with Therapist and Self Care Coach, PaQuita Pullen
Afternoon, 3-4pm: Confidence in Conflict: Tools that Work with Conflict Mediator and Author, Kimberly Best
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