Feeling Stuck? How to Explore Who You Are, Who You’ve Been, and Become Who You Want To Be
Thursday November 19 @ 7PM EST
Have you found yourself feeling lost? Not being content with where you are in life? Feeling unhappy or unsatisfied? Confused about where to go?
If you have, you are not alone. BeWELL Therapists have helped thousands of individuals in New York City find their identities and sense of self in a city of a million people. It can be hard to navigate who we are, when we feel unsatisfied or not up to comparison to others around us. If you have found yourself feeling unsure of who you are and hoping to gain clarity, then this FREE webinar is a great place to start.
This webinar is hosted by Gillian Litcher, LMHC, and BeWELL Wellness Expert. Gillian works with many people who are busy in their external life and helps them understand their internal sense of self more. She helps people make shifts in their life so that they feel satisfied with who they are amidst the busy day-to-day and uncontrollable circumstances. Gillian reminds people that they can’t control their external circumstances but they can shape their reactions so that they are in line with what will promote a life that is mentally and physically healthy.
At the end of the webinar after giving the audience tips on how to feel ‘unstuck’, Gillian will have a 15 minute Q&A so the audience can ask questions and share insights.
Join us for a FREE online webinar! A conversation about substance use and your mental health, led by BeWELL therapist Becky Kavoussi, LCSW.
2020 has been a trying year on each and every one of us, and substance use is on the rise. If you’d like to learn more about substance use tendencies for either yourself or someone you know, save your free online spot today!
When: Thursday, October 29th at 7:30PM EST
Reserve you spot here!
Virtual Support Group for Frontline Workers
Lead by Victoria Rodriguez, LMSW
This group focuses on the mental wellness of front line workers. Victoria works to provide a safe space to work through feelings of anxiety, depression, grief, anger, and trauma. Members will use resources and tools to effectively cope during and post the pandemic.
How to Productively Communicate Quarantined with your Partner
Lead by Arianna Eisenberg, LCSW
This group look at what this experience has been like to cope with your relationship while coping with the pandemic. We live in New York, in small apartments and quarantining with a partner or loved one leads to communication complications and extra fights. Let’s use this time in this group to find ways to cope with the extra pressure and remove ourselves from toxic communication patterns.