First Friday October: The Four Lies That Are Making You Miserable
Join us on the First Friday of the month this fall for programming to feed you personally and professionally.
October: The Four Lies That Are Making You Miserable
Date: Friday, Oct. 1, 2021
Time: 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Location: Virtual, materials will be emailed to you in advance
Presenter: Allison Garner, CPC, PCC, MBA
If you have a kid who’s struggling with their mental health, then you know what it’s like to be overwhelmed with worry, feel lost and discover how difficult it is to find help. This presentation will present four lies that you are probably telling yourself that are making you miserable. We will challenge these four common beliefs and then provide some tools to overcome them.
These tools will allow you to:
- speak in a way your teen/young adult can hear you.
- de-escalate tension.
- challenge your own perceptions around parenting to become more effective.
- emotionally regulate yourself so you can handle crisis well.
This program is for parents who:
- feel lost or unsure of how to parent.
- find themselves walking on eggshells.
- experience a sense of embarrassment, shame or guilt.
- fear they have done/are doing something wrong.
Allison Garner runs a Leadership Experience Boutique for stoic leaders who are visionaries and challengers of the status quo. Their experiences with Allison illuminate their blindpsots, interrupt their repeated patterns, and open a new pathway for forward progression. For 20 years prior to establishing Align Coaching, Allison was a chemical engineer and vice president of a small engineering firm designing oil refineries domestically and internationally. On the personal side, she has been married for 23 years and has two wonderful kids. In addition to serving on several Boards of Directors, including being elected to the Oshkosh School Board for 10 years, she was a selected TedX Oshkosh speaker in 2019 and published author of “Think Possible: The Light and Dark Side of Never Running Out of Ideas” and “Unconditional: Learning How to Navigate and Reframe Mental Illness – Together”.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (920) 424-1129.