Practical Self-Care Tools to Nurture Well-Being
A half-day workshop to help you reduce life stress and anxiety through quick to implement strategies for well-being.
presented by Ricka Robb Kohnstamm
November 2, 2017
In caring for the well-being of an individual with autism, it is easy for parents, caregivers, educators, and other support professionals to lose sight of their own well-being.
Compassionate communication is a self-care tool that will help you, the caregiver, increase feelings of well-being. In this workshop, learn how to skillfully express your needs with this tool that can be learned and used by everyone.
Also explore creativity, progressive relaxation, movement, and other strategies for increasing well-being. Wear comfortable clothes and bring a notebook and pencil.
About the Speaker
Ricka Robb Kohnstamm is completing a M.A. within the Health and Wellbeing Coaching Program, Center for Spirituality and Healing at the University of Minnesota. Through her business, Align Whole Health Coaching, Robb Kohnstamm helps clients embrace self-awareness and a personal growth mind-set to create a life of optimal health and well-being, no matter where they find themselves on life’s journey. She has completed Executive Education focused on leadership and well-being in the workplace at Harvard Business School, Mindsight Institute training with Dr. Daniel Siegel, and Cancer Guides and Initial Professional Training programs with Dr. James Gordon’s Center for Mind Body Medicine. In addition, she is a trained 11th-hour hospice volunteer.
Workshop Schedule at a Glance
1 p.m. Registration Opens
1:30 p.m. Workshop Begins
4:30 p.m. Workshop Concludes
Location of Workshop
Royal Cliff Banquet & Conference Center
AuSM Member: $25/participant
Individual with ASD: $15/participant