On January 23rd, join us for our first 2019 event “But First, Me”, when three amazing mental health and wellness coaches will take us on a journey to a more balanced, fulfilling life. Oh, and there will be a private shopping therapy provided by One Kings Lane because we know shopping always helps.
First we will open with a discussion around BURNOUT, how to recognize it and how to prevent it. Then we will split into groups and have smaller workshops with one of the speakers.
PLEASE READ BEFORE PURCHASING A TICKET: To register for this event select a workshop session ticket from the dropdown menu. You can only attend one session. If you cannot attend after you purchased a ticket please do let us know so we can fill your spot with someone on the wait list. If you are on the waitlist and tickets become available you will be placed in the workshop session that has availability. We cannot accomodate walk-ins for this event. Please arrive promptly.
Social Media Anxiety with therapist Rebecca Kronman: A discussion about how social media can play a role in creative burnout. We’ll share techniques on taking control of technology rather than letting it take control of you.
Food and Brain Performance with nutrition coach Erin Assenza: Learn how food can impact your performance and creativity and which foods can best fuel your brain. Attendees will also receive an opportunity to connect one-on-one with Erin in a complimentary discovery session.
Ayurvedic Self-Care with yoga psychotherapist Suzy Daren: Learn the basic principles to create and implement a daily routine to optimize your mental health, stoke creativity and promote a work/life balance.
Rebecca Kronman, LCSW, is a licensed therapist and workshop facilitator. At her private practice in Brooklyn, she works with creative professionals to cope with depression, anxiety and life transitions. She also helps clients prepare for and integrate after psychedelic experiences.
Erin Assenza is an Integrative & Functional Nutrition Health Coach. She helps professional women who don’t like they way they look or feel in their body – they are dragging, spread too thin, and can’t fit into their jeans – change their diet and daily routine – so they feel naturally energized, mentally sharp, and can kickass at work. Erin believes that food and wellness can dramatically change your life and your work performance.
Suzy Daren has spent the past two decades studying and integrating the Western and Eastern approaches to mental health, relationships and self-optimization. With 10+ years in private practice, she has formulated a highly effective approach to psychotherapy that considers the body, mind, heart and spirit.