The Path to Mental Wellness - Managing Stress: Coping Mechanisms for Economic Fatigue (Running on Empty)
In the current economic environment struggling to make ends meet has become commonplace for many families. Many have lost their homes or have had to turn to food banks to feed their families. They are struggling to survive and looking for coping mechanisms to get through the hard times. This 90-minute forum provides some options.
Coping Mechanisms for Economic Fatigue is the second in a series of four-interactive forums on managing stress for parents, service providers and active adults. The forums are being presented by San Francisco Mental Health Education Funds, Inc., (SFMHEF) and will culminate with a large Stress Management Expo in Feb 15-16, 2014 at the Oakland Convention Center
At the July 17th Forum Financial professionals, distinguished physicians, a best-selling author and a holistic coach will give detailed presentations and answer audience questions on the following issue that can lead to stress:
Alternatives to Drugs and Alcohol for Managing Financial Stress.
Dr. David Pating, Addiction Psychiatrist Kaiser Permanent -
Maintaing Balance in tough Economic Times
Zoe Sexton, Author and Financial Advisor
Shifting your Perspective to Address Financial Realities
Tammy Haygood, VP UBS Financial Services
Overcoming the Stigma of Financial Scarcity/Law of Attraction
Wanda Whitaker, Visionary Artist and Holistic Coach
All forums will be held at the Holiday Inn Civic Center - 50-8th Street., SF, CA
The two remaining forms:
Managing Stress: Maintaining a Healthy Mind and Body - Sept 25, 2013
The concept that exercise and good nutrition aid the body and relieves stress is not a new idea. However join us for this informative forum to gain greater knowledge on the true impact of stress and hear innovative solutions that will help you maintain a Health Mind and Body.
Managing Stress: Realistic Expectations for the Holidays - Nov 6, 2013
Despite our best efforts, family demands and unrealistic expectations can tun our festive holiday into turmoil. Find out fun innovative ways to bring back the fun as well as solutions on just how to keep "holiday fun" at bay.
Holiday Inn Civic Center (View)
50 Eighth Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
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|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|