Handling the Holidays: Emotional Wellness During Challenging Timeswith John Sovec

Handling the Holidays:
Emotional Wellness During Challenging Times
with John Sovec

Saturday, November 14, 2-4pm (PST)

Here come the Holidays. Even during the best of times, the winter holidays can be a confusing mix of magical wonder and emotional overwhelm. This year, along with the usual family gatherings, special meals, and gift giving there is the added challenge of figuring out how to create holiday magic amid the precautions and restrictions associated with COVID-19.

As joyful as the holiday season can be, it is easy to get caught up in the pressure of others’ ideas and expectations of what the perfect holiday should be. Add in the wide array of reactions to and ways of coping with the pandemic, and you could quickly find yourself feeling overwhelmed, unhappy, and wondering how you got sucked into the same old stressful story, AGAIN.

What if you had the tools to manage the stressors and challenges of the holidays at your fingertips? What if you learned how to say NO in a kind way when you need to and mean it? What if you were able to breathe and enjoy the holidays?

In this webinar you will:

~ Practice effective and simple tools to relieve stress

~ Learn how to take your emotional temperature

~ Explore how to set clear boundaries and STICK TO THEM

~ Learn how holiday stress affects the body

~ Create a plan for how to manage stress not just for the holidays but also into the New Year

~ Explore developing new traditions in response to Covid-19s

This year take control of your holidays and celebrate the season with laughter and joy in your heart.

JOHN SOVEC is a Pasadena therapist and yoga teacher with over 25 years of experience supporting people through the process of grief. He is recognized for his work with people facing terminal illness and supporting individuals facing the daily impact of grief and loss.




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Tuition: $40
Following the workshop, you'll receive a link to the recording (good for 30 days) so you can practice as many times as you want!
Space is limited! Pre-registration suggested.
Please call (626) 403-3961
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