February 17, 2021 - July 21, 2021Wed | 9:30 am - 11:00 am
Virtual – once you’re registered you’ll receive the Zoom link the day prior to the training
Without our choosing, covid-19 and quarantine have made us experts in dealing with difficult things. Among all of the complexities found in our current ways of living, how we decisions-making and how we do it, is an area with profound impact and often little attention. How do we make decisions? Who taught us? How do we make decisions under stress? How do we make difficult decisions when difficult things are happening?
Please join the community as CII hosts the first workshop in the Community Wellness Series, Dealing With Difficult Things & Making Mindful Decisions in a Changing World.
February 17 – Dealing With Difficult Things & Making Mindful Decisions in a Changing World
March 17 – Topic TBD
April 21 – Topic TBD
May 19 – Topic TBD
June 16 – Topic TBD
July 21 – Topic TBD
About the Trainer
Angela Hope Smith is a dynamic trainer, licensed therapist, facilitator, educator, and entrepreneur. Having served as a clinician ten+ years in community mental health and special education, Angela’s creativity and desire to see wellness reach beyond traditional therapy spaces and into the working world lead to the co-creation of the company Wellness for the People. Although no longer in a therapeutic capacity, Angela continues to center self-determination, humor, and identity as important foundations of teaching, learning and relationship. Angela holds a Master of Social Work degree from San Francisco State University and received her License in Clinical Social Work from the California Board of Behavioral Sciences in 2015. Angela received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Public Relations from Pepperdine University, where she currently serves as Director and Faculty of the Social Work Program.
Questions? Call or email Yvette Martinez at 323-523-8601 or firstname.lastname@example.org