Managing Stress and Preventing Burnout
There’s no question that stress and burnout was on the rise, pre-pandemic. Today, research shows that burnout has increased by at least 56% and is the number one mental health condition experienced in the workplace, with depression and anxiety close behind. It is also noted that leaders tend to report higher amounts of burnout, depression, and anxiety overall. This means our mental health must be prioritized now, more than ever in a shifted workplace in the next normal. For optimal sustainability, we need to understand how to build stress resilience in preventing burnout.
Join licensed clinician, speaker, executive coach, and author Jeanie Y. Chang, LMFT, CCTP, as she shares how to acknowledge anxiety mindfully to gain insight on managing distress in order to de-stress. Chang talks about being solution-focused for daily mental health hygiene through applicable skills and techniques. Stress resilience is about being proactive, not reactive, to navigate the challenges of today’s workplace as we know it.
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Meet Our Speaker
Jeanie Chang, Founder & CEO, Your Change Provider, PLLC
Jeanie is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Certified Clinical Trauma Professional. She is an accomplished international speaker, providing keynotes and offers workshops for corporations, community organizations, and colleges addressing the intersectionality of mental health and identity, DEIB and psychological safety, as well as education about topics such as burnout, resilience, mindfulness, stress, and mental health conditions including anxiety, depression, and suicidality. She serves as a subject matter expert on mental health for media outlets around the world.
Jeanie is also the Founder and CEO of Your Change Provider, PLLC®, a clinical practice founded on solutions and her unique, trademarked framework Cultural Confidence®. Her Cultural Confidence® program provides psycho-education in all sectors, from corporate to schools. She has presented her trademarked curriculum for many corporations such as Google J. Crew, Microsoft, Mondelez International, and the NFL. She has also spearheaded her program for non-profits including the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA), the Council of Korean Americans (CKA), The Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers (SASE), and the National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP).
Jeanie has specialized training in grief, trauma and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR). Her expertise includes intergenerational mental health, workplace mental health, and K-Dramas for mental health. She followed a calling in the field after a diverse career path, starting as a broadcast journalist in Washington, DC in the 90s, then attending business school. Her work in the corporate sector includes C-level business operations, marketing, public relations, and client success management.
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