We look with hope to the Bay Area moving back down the infection curve as vaccines become available in 2021. That said, the next few months will be challenging in multiple ways that affect how we feel, think and respond to situations and those around us. And as we have become used to the new normal, we may be less aware of how it’s affecting us cognitively, emotionally and physically. Understanding these effects, and how we can embrace uncertainty to create possibility and hope, is essential if we are to build a path together towards a flourishing future.
The purpose of this online workshop is to expand your understanding of how sustained stress affects your own, and others’, abilities to function and thrive, and offer tools to help you foster resilience. Learn about the neuroscience of what we’re experiencing, and proven techniques for reducing stress and regaining a sense of equilibrium. Participants tell us they feel relieved to learn that their experience is shared by most, and explained by science, and they often leave with a sense of renewal and calm. Together, we can create the conditions for a healthy recovery for ourselves and our communities.
Hosted by Josh Alwitt ’85 Th’86 - Leadership, Culture and Organization Coach and Amery Burnham.
The zoom link will be sent to registrants prior to the event.
Dartmouth Alumni Association of Silicon Valley (DAASV)
"DAASV" is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. 570 El Camino Real, Suite 150-404, Redwood City, CA 94063