Have you been feeling anxious, afraid, or stressed out? Just when things started to appear a little more “normal,” the delta variant reared its ugly head and made the pandemic seem even more interminable.
The good news is YOU CAN MAKE IT! You have what it takes to persevere and thrive in these confusing and frustrating times.
SOCHE invites all employees from member institutions to a FREE virtual mental health seminar, “Building Resilience: Finding Meaning in the Midst of Chaos,” presented by Southern State’s Tom Payton, M.S., Ed. Join us on Friday, Oct. 8, at 9 a.m. to look at ways to identify and leverage our strengths and find meaning despite this chaotic and uncertain season of life.
Come prepared to share ideas and strategies that help us all to flourish. We will use various sources, but we will be accessing materials from the “True Resilience: Building a Life of Strength, Courage, and Meaning” by Gail Wagnild.
A Zoom link will be sent to registrants approximately 48 hours before the event.
Tom Payton serves as a Career and Mental Health Counselor at Southern State Community College, where he has been employed for the past ten years. In addition, he teaches Psychology at SSCC and has been an adjunct professor, teaching Career Counseling to graduate-level counseling students at both Xavier University and the University of Dayton for the past few years. His teaching philosophy is that learning takes place when we all learn together. Tom is a graduate of the UD Counselor Education program and is a Licensed Professional Counselor certified in Reality Therapy. He is married to Julie and has two daughters, Amanda and Heather. Both he and Julie live in Kettering.
Friday, October 8, 2021
9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
SOCHE Zoom Platform
Webinar link will be sent at a later time.
This is a FREE event for SOCHE Members
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