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Virtual Workplace Wellness: Successfully Managing Change and Reducing Stress

Virtual Workplace Wellness: Successfully Managing Change and Reducing Stress
A Recorded Webinar
Recorded on Friday, May 22, 2020

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This webinar is sponsored by Anxiety Release App.
As the workplace environment for professional helpers has shifted to telehealth, virtual workplace wellness will also look and feel different. In this training, participants will be introduced to seeing this change of environment as an opportunity for self-motivation. Self-management and self-care tools that counselors used traditionally will need to be re-assessed for this new environment to prevent stress overload. Participants will also learn the “Triple A” approach to recognizing stress overload and creating new behaviors on how to incorporate daily self-supporting tools. The workplace wellness strategies discussed in this presentation are transferable for self-care (work/life balance) and to be used with clients.
Learning Objectives
  • Participants will be able to identify strategies for helping change to be accepted and implemented in the virtual workplace.
  • Participants will recognize the “entryway” to Stress Overload.
  • Participants will create an action plan for work and home to help reduce and manage stress.

PerCilla Zeno, CCHW, CPRS

PerCilla Zeno, CCHW, CPRS, is the founder and certified government contractor for Zeno Wellness Group, LLC. She is the developer of ZWG Training Institute, an onsite and e-learning professional development and soft skills training company serving CPRS, CCHW, and other agencies for entry, middle, and executive level staff. Zeno is a published author on self-care and self-healing, and serves as an executive board member for That Zen Life Wellness Foundation, Inc. Registered with the Virginia State Board of Counseling in peer recovery, she is also certified in Healing Touch Therapy, through a program accredited by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
Tracy Haskins, CSAC-A, CPRS, PRMC

Tracy Haskins, CSAC-A, CPRS, PRMC, graduated Cum Laude with a degree in Human Services. Haskins holds a Substance Abuse Counseling Certificate from J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College and received her Certified Substance Abuse Counselor Assistant license in 2016. She embraces her long-time experience and works closely with clients in their recovery process. Her passion for recovery has led to her being a CPRS Volunteer for That Zen Life Wellness Foundation, Inc.

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Who Should Attend
Addiction professionals, employee assistance professionals, social workers, mental health counselors, professional counselors, psychologists, and other helping professionals that are interested in learning about addiction-related matters.
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