Dr. Nancy White
Don't Let Holiday Stress Steal Your Joy!
Emotions run high during the holidays. There are feelings of love, happiness, and joy, but for some there can be sadness, stress, anxiety, disappointment, and depression. Stress takes on a different character than other times of the year, and while women are particularly vulnerable to increased stress, both men and women alike feel a duty to make the holidays the best they can for their families.
Let's face it, the pressures of work do not go away during this time of year. Traffic and long lines are at the height of frustration. And there are all those 'tasks' to complete: preparing meals, decorating the home, parties, and shopping for gifts. Do you worry about how you'll find time to get it all done? Or about how you'll finance the better-than-last-year holiday? With our schedules maxed, we might find it harder to relax and are more likely fall into bad habits to manager our stress, like comfort eating.
In this month's meeting, Dr. Nancy White, Clinical Counselor at Unique Mindcare, helped us learn how to keep our attention and focus on the joy of the season, creating balance and minimizing the stress of the holidays!
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About the Speaker
Dr. Nancy White holds a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology and is licensed in Texas as a Psychologist, Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), and an Advanced Addictions Counselor (AAC). Dr. White is recognized as a pioneer in the field of Applied Neuroscience, serving as a Consulting Editor of the Journal of Neurotherapy and contributing author to two college level textbooks. She is a frequent speaker at professional conferences internationally, and has conducted workshops and trainings for healthcare professionals both in the U.S. and abroad.
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