For many of us, the winter months can be difficult. Despite the promise of a joyous holiday season, the combination of hosting and attending multiple events, complex family dynamics and feelings of loneliness can lead to stress and anxiety. The good news is, there are many ways to overcome tension, sadness and depression this time of year.
Tune in Thursday, Nov. 10 at 12 p.m. CST to hear insights from three experts at Vanderbilt University Medical Center: Elizabeth Card, nurse practitioner and research consultant; Jim Kendall, LCSW, manager of Work/Life Connections for the Employee Assistance Program; and Stephanie Brodtrick, PhD., senior director of Learning Systems and Organization Development.
The speakers will focus on:
- Coping skills to get through busy holiday months
- Managing difficult family relationships
- Balancing work and personal life
- Avoiding burnout by finding time to put yourself first and do things you enjoy
- Recognizing and addressing Seasonal Affective Disorder
Register at this link and spread the word to your family, friends and coworkers.