The Academic Staff and University Staff joint Professional Development Programming Committee invite you to join us for a Building Resiliency and Self-Care Strategies Workshop led by psychologist Katie Olbinski from Prevea Health. The event is Oct. 6 from 1 to 2:30 p.m., virtually via Zoom. The cost is free to participants. All Academic Staff and University Staff are encouraged to attend. Faculty are welcome as well. Funding for the event is covered by the ASUSJPDC. There is no individual fee for the trainings.
The virtual presentation will be in lecture format addressing the following topics:
• Identify the signs and symptoms of burn out and fatigue • Explore options to create a healthy work-life balance
• Navigate the uncertainty/changes related to COVID-19
• Define ways to develop resiliency
• Learn self-care strategies that can help prevent and treat burn-out
About the Speaker: Olbinski graduated from UW-Green Bay where she earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology. She continued on with her studies at Indiana State University where she earned her doctoral degree in psychology. Olbinski offers inpatient services at HSHS St. Vincent and HSHS St. Mary’s hospitals as well as outpatient psychological services at Prevea Behavioral Care. Her goal is to help individuals improve their quality of life, promote healthy behaviors, and address underlying mental health concerns that may impede a person’s health and wellness. Register using this form. The session will be recorded and shared with all who register and my not be available to attend live. The recording will be emailed to registered participants following the program.
After signing up, you will receive an Outlook calendar invitation with a link to attend the meeting. If you have any questions or need accommodations, please contact either Sue Machuca, chair of the University Staff Professional Development Programming Committee email@example.com Tricia Adams, chair of the Academic Staff Professional Development Programming Committee firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone 920-459-6610. Every effort will be made to accommodate all requests.