MONDAY, May 10, 2021; 6:30-8:00pm
Featuring Rev. Sarah Ciavarri, M.Div, PCC, BCC, CDTLF, CDWF-C, Certified Dare to Lead Facilitator
Resiliency is talked about more than ever. But what does this new buzzword actually mean? How does it actually make our lives better? What does being able to bounce back actually look like when there is suffering and pain? Come and spend an evening together untangling the myths from the truth about resiliency, learn practices to start boosting your bounce back-ability, laugh together, and leave feeling empowered to live a better tomorrow. The good news is we can learn resiliency at any age or stage of life.
1. Participates will be able to name at least three components of resilience.
2. Participates will be able to give examples of resilience.
3. Participates will understand resilience can be learned and is not fixed and relate this to their own experiences of the pandemic.
Rev. Sarah Ciavarri, M.Div. PCC, BCC, CDWF-C, CDTLF, loves seeing people get excited about their lives and futures. Sarah is a chaplain, Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator-Consultant, Certified Dare to Lead™ Facilitator and a Professional Certified Coach through the International Coach Federation. For nine years Sarah has traveled nationally keynoting and facilitating workshops on resiliency, mindset, vulnerability, and shame. Sarah is a faculty member with Coaching4Today’s Leaders and trains coaches. Sarah is the author of Finding Our Way to the Truth: Seven Lies Leaders Believe and How to Let Them Go. Sarah is a Board Certified Chaplain and has been the Director of Spiritual Care at Augustana Care in Apple Valley, MN for over twelve years.
We hope you can join us!
The Monday Night Mental Health monthly speaker series is free and open to the public. The series is a collaboration between St. Joan of Arc Catholic Community and Bethlehem Lutheran Church. During this season of COVID-19, these sessions will be available using Zoom Webinar.
When we return to meeting in person, each session will begin with supper at 5:45pm, followed by the program from 6:30-8:00 pm. Participant certificates for 1.5 hours are available for mental health professionals and students. Questions? Email Diane Waarvik