Have you ever thought about the simplicity and complexity of this statement? During this session, we will explore how this statement can peel away the layers of our identity, stress, family relationships, community relationships, etc. as it relates to farm and/or agricultural life. In addition, have you ever sat in a meeting, conference, and/or webinar and you are told 50 ways to do this better and 25 things are you are doing wrong? I have and typically this leaves me feeling frustrated, more stressed at times, and tired.
What if the simple statement of “Hi my name is….. and I am a …….” holds the key to already developed, but possibly untapped resiliency? Please join our presenter Angela Sorg to find out more.
About our presenter:
Angela Sorg, MS, LMHC attended Hanover College where she earned a BA in Psychology and an MS in Mental Health Counseling and another in School Counseling from the University of Saint Francis. She is a licensed Mental Health Counselor Currently, Angela is employed by Purdue University. Angela serves as the Health and Human Sciences Educator for DeKalb County where she provides research based information to her local community and across the state of Indiana and beyond. Angela is proud to be a part of Purdue Extension’s Mental Health First Aid, Co-Parenting, and Farm Stress teams.. Angela hails from a farming family in Kentucky and knows the farming and agricultural way of life.
Go to http://umash.umn.edu/cultivating-resiliency/ for more information on the Cultivating Resiliency
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