Leading by Example: Self Care for the New Year
While self-care is important, practicing self-care isn’t as simple as it sounds. For instance, how do you know what you need? How do you prioritize that care appropriately? What can you do to feel better right now?
Join our Conversation
Replay this informative and impactful conversation about the rise in self-care and its role in the workplace.
The webinar featured insights from D’Andrala (DeDe) Alexander, LPC-S, Clinical Manager, Care Navigation at Spring Health, Tou Ger Lee, ICF Accredited Personal Transformation Coach at Spring Health, Mary Shepherd, People Operations Specialist at Clever, and Shlomit Liz Sanders, LMFT, CCTP, Licensed Therapist at Spring Health.
Topics covered include:
- Simple ways you can prioritize your wellbeing
- The impact of self-care on your workplace
- How to create a culture of self-care at work
- Why self-care can strengthen your family
Meet the Speakers
CLINICAL MANAGER, CARE NAVIGATION AT SPRING HEALTH
DeDe Alexander, LPC-S
D'Andrala (DeDe) Alexander is a lifelong public servant and a Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor in Texas. Professionally, she has gotten the opportunity to work at various community-oriented organizations, including AmeriCorps VISTA, Habitat for Humanity, Dallas MHMR, and the Dallas County Juvenile Department.
PEOPLE OPERATIONS SPECIALIST AT CLEVER
It’s Mary’s mission to create a positive experience for Clever employees every day. As Clever’s People Operations Specialist, she leads employee engagement and wellness programs so that employees have the resources they need to show up to work feeling their best, both physically and mentally.
PERSONAL TRANSFORMATION COACH AT SPRING HEALTH
Tou Ger Lee
Tou Ger Lee is an International Coaches Federation (ICF) Accredited Coach focused on personal transformation. He supports highly ambitious individuals and organizations to become EVEN better versions of who they already are in order to accomplish their goals in a way that not only leads to success but fulfillment as well.
LICENSED THERAPIST AT SPRING HEALTH
Shlomit Liz Sanders, LMFT, CCTP
Shlomit Liz Sanders is a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT) in NY and NJ. She has worked in mental health agencies with severely mentally ill populations that created a passion for learning more about trauma and the neuroscience behind it.
WHAT OUR COMMUNITY IS SAYING
- Substance Use Disorders:
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Spring Health is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®. This program is valid for 1.5 PDCs for the SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit www.shrmcertification.org.