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Reclaiming Your Time: Four Keys to Saving Yourself When the World Wants Too Much
If life feels like a constant paradox of feeling stressed and yet never getting ahead, it's time to look deeply at how you are protecting your time and energy.
Because the truth is, the world won't stop asking for more. So how will you respond?
The answer is not simply saying "no" -- it's much more complex than that.
This workshop is for women who:
- Are responsible for or serve other people, especially caregivers and leaders
- Are trying to burn bright but instead are burning out
- Realize they have too much on their plates to be effective
- Are losing themselves in the chaos
- Know that there’s got to be more than feeling drained
In an exclusive online workshop format, we'll dive into a personal and practical look at your time and energy allocation. We'll help you design a plan for reclaiming your precious resources and ensuring that they are working in service of what's most important to you (not just what's loudest).
You'll walk away with inspiration, enhanced awareness, practical skills, and tribe of support.
Included with your registration will be:
- Access to the exclusive live online workshop
- A recording of the workshop to review and revisit
- Handouts of tools to dive deeper into the work
- Access to an ongoing community of support to ensure you walk the talk
Come join us for this opportunity to get out of the burnout cycle and on the path of self-preservation, effectiveness, and peace.
Registration is limited in order to preserve the interactive nature of the event, so sign up early to grab your spot!
Dr. Solomon has spoken widely to various audiences, from small employee groups to schools to healthcare teams to international conferences. Dr. Solomon is available to schedule a seminar or workshop with your group and is happy to discuss tailoring topics to your needs. Sample topics include:
Courageous Conversations: How to Say What’s Hard in Work and Life
We will dig into what holds many of us back from saying the things we need to say to be authentic and effective, and offer a proven framework for approaching even the toughest conversations.
Where You Need to Be: Three Powerful Strategies for Confronting Imposter Syndrome
We will address the psychological phenomenon of imposter syndrome, that feeling of being a phony or undeserving of our current status, which disproportionately impacts women, people of color, and LGBTQ+ individuals. We’ll cover concrete strategies for working through this potential barrier to bringing one’s full self and potential to all situations.
A New Paradigm on Competition and Envy
We’ll address one of the least discussed emotions that shows up in the workplace, but that indirectly sabotages relationships and productivity when not harnessed. Strategies will be offered to transform envy from an unwanted emotion to a powerful tool for growth and development.
Building a Legacy Through Your Work
Whether you’re early or late in your career, you are in this moment building a legacy. This discussion will help bring clarity to your personal values and explore how you can bring those to bear on your work. We’ll cover how to develop a daily practice of intentional alignment to foster gratitude, purpose, and passion
Mindful Leadership: Bringing Principles of Mindfulness to Inspiring Others
Mindfulness is a powerful tool for self-transformation, and practicing its principles has been shown to improve physical and emotional well-being and improve the functioning of teams and organizations. We’ll dig into the core tenants of mindfulness with practical strategies for practicing in various areas of life.
To discuss your needs, please contact us.
Dr. Ashley Solomon is a dynamic and engaging speaker! Ashley’s presentation had such meaningful content and examples that made the presentation so “real” for all of our women. Great key take-aways too!
(Managing Partner, Ernst & Young)
Ashley brought an open and relaxed attitude, which allowed the participants to feel comfortable engaging in bold and honest discussions regarding their experiences. We can’t wait to have Ashley back again to further the discussion!
- (Workshop Coordinator, EY)
Not only is Dr. Solomon very knowledgeable with the facts but she was incredibly engaging. She created a safe environment for conversation on sensitive topics and sparked the need for change and continuing conversations going forward. We are excited to work with her again.
- (PWN Leader, Ernst & Young)
Body Liberation Clinical Supervision Group
CEDS Certification Supervision
Hosted by Dr. Ashley Solomon, CEDS-S & Jessica Barth Nesbitt, MA, RD, LD, CEDRD-S
One spot still available!
As a clinical psychologist and registered dietitian, we are thrilled to partner in offering you an opportunity to elevate your non-diet approach to supporting patients and clients. If you are a health or wellness provider who supports people with disordered eating and painful relationships to their bodies and you:
- Feel like you are swimming alone in a sea of diet culture
- Value evidence-based knowledge to ground your work
- Could benefit from practical skills to strengthen your approach
- Have felt isolated in supporting complex issues
- Are committed to providing the most ethical, science-backed, and humane care
we would love to invite you into our clinical supervision group! And all the while, gain supervision hours toward your designation as a Certified Eating Disorder Specialist. (Please note, this group is open to ANY provider who is interested in developing these skills. You do not need to be pursuing CEDS to join.)
This supervision group offers a unique opportunity to experience a multi-disciplinary and multi-perspective framework for approaching challenges with food, body, and weight concerns.
This supervision group blends a networking with a community of support with concrete skill development. Over the course of the year, we’ll cover topics such as:
- Supporting families addressing disordered eating and creating a healthy non-diet culture
- How disordered eating manifests in marginalized populations and how to tailor interventions in a culturally appropriate manner
- How to create peace with food when navigating complexity like veganism, intolerances, allergies, and food avoidance
- How to respond to clients’ interest in and pursuit of weight loss intervention when you see this harming them
- How to incorporate a body-liberation stance into modalities such as yoga, ACT, and nutrition support
- How to assess our own internalized biases and cultural assumptions and examine how they impact our work
- How to identify the impacts of trauma on the bodily experience and what to do when this shows up
and many, many more! Guest experts in the areas of trauma, dietetics, and more will join us periodically to provide additional knowledge and skills.
When is it?
The group will run ongoing and you are asked to commit to at least five sessions. These do not have to be consecutive if you have a conflict that arises.
Third Thursday of each month
How do we connect?
You will be sent a secure link to connect to the group once registered. You will get to dig into these juicy topics with amazing colleagues all without battling a commute or dressing to impress (some clothing required… we love liberating bodies, but…).
How do I join?
Use the contact form to send an email explaining your current work, licensure status, and reason for interest in the group. You will receive a response within three business days confirming whether you are accepted into the group and a potential start date. Spaces are limited, so you may be placed on a waitlist.
What is the financial investment?
Pre-licensed professionals: $65 per group session
Licensed professionals: $75 per group session
*For those in private practice, this may count as a tax deductible expense.
**Discounts available for those primarily working with marginalized communities.
What if I am looking for individual supervision or consultation?
Individual supervision may be offered, depending on availability. Send a note explaining what you are seeking and you’ll receive a response shortly.
What if I have questions?
Shoot them over via the contact form.
While psychotherapy and coaching allow you to individualize your goals and work closely with a guide, courses are a wonderful opportunity to dip your toes in the water of a particular area of interest or need.
Courses are downloadable and self-paced. They are designed to offer insights and actionable tools for your development.
We will be offering a series of courses on both mental health and leadership-related topics in late 2019. Stay tuned and subscribe to our newsletter for updates.
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