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Workplace Webinar – Managing Stress & Anxiety at Work
October 27, 2021 @ 8:30 pm - 10:00 pm EDT
Do you find yourself experiencing the “Sunday Scaries” as you anticipate the impending return to work the next day? If work has become a stressor and you find yourself constantly staring at the clock, we invite you to join this webinar.
In this interactive session, co-facilitated by Carl Coffey and Heather Najman, you’ll gain a better understanding of anxiety and learn methods on how to “flip the script” to challenge limiting thoughts and befriend your body to help you better manage stress.
This workshop aims to provide you with tools that you can implement in the workplace and beyond. Are you ready to face your workday with optimism and a sense of resilience? Sign up below!
Register in advance for this meeting below. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Heather Najman, MS, MA, LMFT, SEP, has been a part of the stuttering community for more than 30 years serving in roles such as NSA/ISA workshop presenter, NSA Chapter Co-Leader, and as part of the co-hosting team on Stutter Social. As a psychotherapist, she consults and works with individuals and families, with a focus on resilience, stress, shame, anxiety, and trauma, including dealing with the emotional effects of stuttering. She is excited to finally cross over and share her somatic approach with the stuttering community.
Carl Coffey has been actively involved in the stuttering community for the last 8 years. After joining his first chapter meeting back in 2013, he was ignited by the sense of community and support offered by the NSA. He became a chapter leader back in 2016 in Virginia Beach and now serves on the NSA’s Board of Directors. Professionally, he works as a consultant advising health care companies on best practices in adapting process improvement and reporting standards to increase effectiveness. He loves any opportunity to increase stuttering awareness and support, both inside of the stuttering community and beyond.