"These are definitely interesting times…” We’ve all heard this phrase and we’ve probably all said it. Our norms, structure, and routines have been stripped and we have been forced to create new ones.
How do we complete this task effectively and maintain consistency? How do we reframe what our productivity looks like now? Can we avoid the self-judgment, anxiety, or mood shifts that may result and seem overpowering? How do we stay connected with others or maintain healthy connections with the ones we may be quarantined with?
This free webinar aims to increase insight into our responses to productivity, grief, self-compassion, and connection during the pandemic. Let’s remember that we are in this together even though at times we may feel alone!
Leah Marone, MSW, LCSW is a psychotherapist who specializes in anxiety, depression, grief/trauma, and sports psychology. By having a variety of clinical roles in various states and countries, she has developed diverse professional experience and global perspective. Currently, Leah sees individuals and families at her practice in Charlotte, NC. She is also sought out by corporations to work with executives and teams on improving communication, productivity and job satisfaction.
Leah grew up in Indiana with a basketball in hand. Sports not only encouraged growth on a number of levels, but the experiences challenged her to become more comfortable with vulnerability. She completed her Masters in Austin, TX and then proceeded to allow the "travels bug" to take over. Her passion for adventure has not dwindled, simply morphed with motherhood. Leah and her husband strive to provide their two daughters with the tools to gain confidence to seek out their own adventures every day. For more information: www.leahmarone.com