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Saturday, May 21 @ 8:30 am - 12:00 pm

Keeping Yourself (Mentally) Healthy

May in Mental Health Awareness and in this first of its kind event NSA Central is hosting a panel of experts to discuss our mental health. “Keeping Yourself (Mentally) Healthy,” will be an interactive event. For our first part of the morning, we will introduce you to each of them and open it up for your questions. The second session, we will break up into smaller groups for you to experience their best techniques. Their approaches include tapping, meditation, and other stress reduction methods. They are all also speakers, so they know the unique challenges you can face in this business.

Our Panelists

Katie Nall, Ph.D.

Annie Meehan, CSP

Angela Buttimer, MS, LPC,

Dennis Buttimer, M.Ed, CEAP, RYT, CHC

NOTE: Registration will be cut off at 12 noon on Friday, May 20th, 2022.  If you require a reasonable accommodation to fully participate in an NSACF chapter event, then please contact NSACF Chapter Administrator at administrator@nsacentralflorida.com at least five business days in advance for arrangements to be made.

This event will be a HYBRID. You may choose to attend either virtually or in-person. Select your option at checkout.

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Tampa, FL United States

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