Close your eyes, take a deep breath, and really think about what scares you most. No, not spiders, needles or heights – think about the uncontrollables, the things that keep your mind running when you lay down at night. Are these fears exacerbated in our uncertain, unprecedented times? Are they bringing up other, different negative emotions? If so, we’ve got good news for you: these feelings are totally normal and better yet, completely manageable with some easily implemented strategies and tactics.
Join Sara Wright, Wellbeing Guide at the Center for Health & Wellbeing, for this program during which you’ll learn those critical strategies and tactics used to combat common fears. You’ll walk away with a list of action steps you can activate when you feel fear taking over and have an opportunity to ask Sara any related question at the end of this virtual presentation.
This program is presented by Sara Wright and is hosted by the Winter Park Health Foundation.
About Your Program Presenter:
Sara Wright serves as the Wellbeing Guide for the Center for Health and Wellbeing (CHWB). She works directly with community members in administration of the Wellbeing Survey, a diagnostic tool that encourages reflection on one’s overall wellbeing as related to the Seven Dimensions of Wellbeing (Intellectual, Spiritual, Physical, Social, Emotional, Vocational, Environmental.) Sara interprets the results of the Wellbeing Survey and creates an individualized plan to help each community member on their personal wellbeing journey.
Sara has more than twenty years of professional experience including the following areas of expertise: social services, health education, community relations, management, personal training and fitness coaching. She earned a master’s degree in mental health counseling and two bachelor’s degrees. She is passionate about helping others reach their goals and achieve self-empowerment.