Realistic Optimism (1/24)

e4healths_squareRealistic Optimism
an e4health Seminar
Tuesday, January 24, 2017
1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Faculty House Lounge

Whether you consider yourself an optimist or a pessimist, feel content with your life most of the time or often find yourself wishing things could be different, this seminar can help you learn how to get more enjoyment and fulfillment out of each day. You will get a basic understanding of positive psychology and some of its many potential benefits, such as improving the quality of your relationships, increasing creativity and productivity, and bettering your mental and physical health. In this seminar you will identify some of your own strengths and goals, and develop an individualized action plan for implementing what you learn in your daily life.


About the Facilitator

Jane Berger LICSW
Jane Berger LICSW

Jane Berger, LICSW is a licensed clinical social worker, with a private practice in Williamstown. Jane earned her Masters Degree in Social Work from Tulane University, where she completed an additional certificate in Disaster Mental Health. Her clinical focus has been on trauma and its impact on individuals of various ages. Previously, Jane worked as a Program Supervisor for a large nonprofit, working with families. She has also worked within the public education system, as well as with at-risk seniors living in vulnerable areas of San Francisco, CA. Jane employs a holistic, strengthsbased, evidence-based approach to empower clients to trust themselves, and tap into their inner resilience.

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