Entrepreneurs wear all of the hats in their company which is very important in order to be efficient and lean! However, it can truly take a toll on yourself, emotionally, mentally, and physically. It is important to take the time to reflect and focus inward in order for your business to take off. How can your business take off if you’re running out of steam? In this webinar we look to connect the dots between self-care and a successful business, and that truly starts with YOU. During the webinar you will also have the opportunity to participate in a herd mindfulness meditation with Wild Hope Counseling and The Legacy Ranch.
Here we will be focusing on these Key Takeaways:
1 Understanding why self-care is important to our overall well-being
2 Examples of what stress looks like as a person and how it can impact your business
3 Examples of how to deal with stress
4 List of community resources
5 Contact information for Staff Member if you need additional help or support
About the Presenters:
Katie Lambie, LCPC and Eagala Mental Health Professional – Founder of Wild Hope Counseling
Kate’s goal is to bring a compassionate, and non-judgmental strong clinical background to meet clients where they are currently struggling. She can help facilitate and explore healthy ways to cope, accept, and move through difficult emotions that are keeping you stuck. Kate is also a certified Mental Health Professional in Horse Assisted Psychotherapy. Kate Lambie attended Concordia University, receiving a Master’s degree in Community Counseling. Kate is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and works with an array of modalities with a client centered approach. Kate also specializes in working with trauma, relationship issues, anxiety, depression, as well as the LGBTQ community.
Janada Halbisen-Gibbs – Eagala Certified Equine Specialist and Mindfulness Coach at The Legacy Ranch
In 2016, Janada completed her Eagala certiﬁcation and has since presented at the International Eagala Conference. In 2018, Janada co-founded Triple T Haven, an Intensive Equine Assisted Therapeutic Program for Adult Trauma Survivors in Ault, CO. She co-facilitated Intensive Outpatient groups, led mindfulness sessions and partnered with therapists during individual Eagala sessions for survivors of complex trauma. Janada co-facilitated equine-assisted addiction groups, corporate retreats, team building workshops, as well as Eagala’s Colorado Networking events. She and her team also created the ﬁrst ever Eagala based retreat for transgender youth in Northern Colorado. Janada currently serves on the board of directors for The Anne Elizabeth McComb Swaney Foundation, which provides ﬁnancial assistance for Animal-Assisted Therapy and Rescue in the Chicagoland area. Janada has found new, creative ways to connect individuals and groups to their own wellbeing through virtual meditations and mindfulness.
Alicia Feistamel, MSW – ICNC’s Workforce Development Community Liaison at The Hatchery
Alicia joined ICNC in January 2020 as the Workforce Development Community Liaison for The Hatchery. Prior to ICNC, Alicia has worked for a variety of, and often nontraditional, workforce development programs ranging from community-based programs, such as urban agriculture (Growing Home, Inc.), to criminal justice systems, like Riker’s Island and Sheridan Correctional Center. Alicia has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology from Judson College (2004) and a Master of Science Degree from Columbia University School of Social Work (2006).