Keeping Your Cool at the Holiday Table: A Lesson In De-escalation and Boundary Setting
Thursday, December 8, 2022 · 12:00 p.m.
Central Time (US & Canada) (GMT -6:00)
About this Webinar
Worried about seeing family during the holidays? Can you already picture the conflicting views and attempts to shame your choices, relationships, and body? Going home for the holidays doesn't have to feel like a headache - boundaries can help! Join Isabella Herrera ’21 MA and Nattalie Wolff-Tseng ’21 MA from Elevated Healthcare as they teach you to avoid the family feud. They'll cover the basics of a good boundary, difficult conversation essentials, the anatomy of an apology, and a whole lot more tools to help you keep your head - not lose your mind - at the holiday table!
Isabella Herrera (she/her) is a psychotherapist dedicated to helping individuals learn to celebrate the magic inside them. Driven to spearhead change, Isabella uses her passion for people to transcend research and advocacy. Her clinical work in private practice emphasizes women’s self-esteem and identity empowerment, and her focus on storytelling and public speaking helps mentor students to make their big dreams more accessible. Isabella is also a National Certified Counselor and holds a Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a Child and Adolescent emphasis from Northwestern University.
Graduating from Northwestern University with academic distinction immersed Nattalie into her passion: helping families heal. After 10+ years in education, she switched careers to counseling, where she dedicated her research and clinical work to changing the narrative around miscarriage, stillbirth, assisted reproduction, and surrogacy. Nattalie now owns a private practice in FL, where she works with her husband Jack and colleague Isabella to provide integrated mental health care: a combination of medication management and mental health counseling services.