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Recognizing and Dealing with Burnout
Your brain and body can only handle feeling overworked and overwhelmed for so long. Over the past few years, many of us have consistently experienced high levels of stress. Without taking steps to manage or reduce it, exhaustion eventually takes over leaving us emotionally and physically burnt out. Join us to learn ways to recognize and deal with burnout before it affects your ability to function across all aspects of life.

Sep 14, 2023 10:00 AM in Edmonton

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Amanda Morris
Marketing & Communications Manager @Cornerstone Counselling
Amanda obtained her Bachelor of Commerce with a major in Marketing and Diploma in Public Relations from MacEwan University. She loves working at Cornerstone because she is able to meet new people and make meaningful connections every day. She considers it a privilege to be part of an organization that believes all who need help, irrespective of faith, race, gender, lifestyle, or financial ability should have access to affordable mental health care services.
Alexandra Scivoletto
Registered Provisional Psychologist @Cornerstone Counselling
One of the things Alex loves most about counselling is the privilege that comes through sitting with courageous individuals each and every day. She learns through her interactions with clients and is grateful for the opportunity to walk alongside them through various stages of life. Alex offers individual counselling in-person, online, and over the telephone. In addition to her counselling work, she has been using her skills to facilitate mental health groups and informative webinars for businesses and not-for-profits. Alex has received an M.A. in Counselling from Providence Theological Seminary and a Bachelor’s in Science in Psychology from the University of Alberta.
Michelle Devlin
Relationship Builder @Creating People Power Inc
Michelle is an accomplished speaker who specializes in helping companies foster respectful and psychologically safe workplaces. She is a certified Psychological Health & Safety Advisor with a passion for helping people understand the importance of mental wellness at work. For over 20 years she has worked with clients to engage, inspire and develop better leaders through her caring and conversational approach. Whether leading workshops or webinars Michelle's clients describe her as enthusiastic and authentic in her approach.