Be more resilient: Learn to navigate through uncertainty
As the Greek philosopher Heraclitus once said: “Change is the only constant in life.” Though this saying has become a bit cliché, its wisdom holds true. We all experience changes throughout the course of our lives due to circumstances beyond our control. Accepting this and building personal resilience are crucial to our overall happiness and well-being.
On Tuesday, March 12, join the OP Staff Assembly (OPSA) in welcoming Dr. Paula Trejo-Phillips for a brown-bag session on navigating through periods of uncertainty. Attendees will learn:
- Why negative thought patterns and perceptions can hinder growth
- How to build a strong social support network
- Self-care practices that build resilience
- The importance of optimism in challenging situations
- And more!
Dr. Trejo-Phillips’ is a counselor for UCOP and UCSF with the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program. Her areas of specialty include the psychological sequelae of trauma and torture, post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, depression, multiculturalism, coping with chronic medical illness and end-of-life issues.
Navigating Through Uncertainty: Cultivating a Successful Way Through Transitions
Tuesday, March 12
12 to 1 p.m.
Unfortunately, due to the confidential nature of the Q&A session, we are unable to provide Zoom access for this presentation.