Wednesday, January 6th, 2021 – 6:00pm to 7:00pm
Strengthen your resilience with essential self-care tools
After months of various levels of “shelter at home,” we are all facing emotional and physical fatigue as COVID numbers continue to rise.
We feel we need to rest. To breathe. To tell ourselves that we’ll take time out for when we have more time. Except we haven’t done so, and now we feel burned out. We miss our routine, family, and friends.
Recharging and renewal are things we have an intention to “get to” or a “nice to have,” but to take the time to implement can feel daunting.
But it is more important now than ever to tend to our self-care and create a plan for managing our health and well-being. No matter what is happening on the outside, we have a choice in how we want to feel, think, and show up for ourselves and those we love.
Let us help you create a plan to do more than just survive. Given stress is accumulative, give yourself this gift of calm and peace.
In this community workshop, you will learn three levels of essential self-care to boost your overall resilience and well-being this holiday season – so you can come away with bite-sized, practical, science-based tools for a strong start to 2021.
About our speakers…
Claire Chew, M.A.
Claire Chew knows your love. She knows your loss. What she also knows thanks to her experience and training is how to get through the pain to a place where humans can remember their animal companion with affection and grace.
Claire, a veterinary medical consultant/life transition coach, helps people who feel stuck after a significant life transition heal from trauma to become their best selves. Her pet loss work has enabled hundreds of pet lovers worldwide to accept their grief and grow from it.
From workshops, coaching sessions to self-guided pet loss programs, she helps pet owners unpack their upset and understand why the loss of an animal’s unconditional love can trigger feelings in other, unexpected areas of their lives.
As the in-house life balance coach for Access Specialty Animal Hospitals, she coaches staff members on healthy coping mechanisms to maintain health and life balance.
Claire earned a Masters Degree in Spiritual Psychology, certification in Grief Recovery, Grief Bereavement Facilitation, and Animal Reiki, certified Pet Loss Counselor, is a member of the Association of Pet Loss and Bereavement, International Association of Animal Hospice and Palliative Care. Claire’s work has been featured in InStyle, Marie Claire, Martha Stewart Living, and more.
Margalit Ward, CEC
Margalit Ward is a Certified Executive Coach, Training Facilitator and Curriculum Designer for Thrive Global and The EduCare Foundation, and the Co-Founder of Professional Women’s Network LA.
She completed her coaching certification from ICF Certified Institute of Professional Excellence in Coaching and is a graduate of the Counseling Psychology Masters Program, and completed her Consciousness, Health & Healing Certification from the University of Santa Monica.
With over 15 years of experience, she has served hundreds of clients in many industries, including tech, health care, retail, manufacturing, financial, non-profits, and education. She brings a rich toolbox to support individuals and organizations with stress management, clarifying an ideal vision for success, and maintaining healthy habits for a fulfilling and balanced work/life. Margalit has built a reputation for helping clients in achieving greater performance, well-being, confidence, resilience, and communication in both their professional and personal lives.
Margalit enjoys hiking, gardening, and exploring her native city of Los Angeles where she lives with her husband, son, and dog Sadie. She is also a contributor to the Huffington Post and Thrive Global.