July 2020 Newsletter: 3 New Resilience Blogs

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Overview of Content

This newsletter first introduces three blogs that all relate to building resilience. Each is relevant to well-being during the pandemic. We are also presenting with amazing partners this month.
Estefania Lopez (OWLS own Research Associate) describes her journey of setting healthy boundaries in the face of negativity. Regina Novak (Health & Well-Being Specialist) shares her awakening to gratitude while in quarantine. These first two blogs reveal courage through vulnerability. Sometimes our vulnerability also means reaching out for help.
The third entry is OWLS second guest blog for ONEMIND™ PsyberGuide . We briefly review evidence-informed Digital Mental Health (DMH) resources for the workplace . Many workers are turning to DMH as a result of COVID-related stress. It is good to know that some DMH resources may be better than others.

Upcoming Talks with Partners

The newsletter lists presentations where OWLS will have the privilege of co-presenting with partners and clients on diverse projects on healthy work culture, resilience, and mental well-being. Please join us.

National Wellness Conference

Hosted annually by the National Wellness Institute, the annual National Wellness Conference is where wellness and health professionals come together as the voice of the wellness community to identify and represent the professional standards and competencies for the industry.
When:   July 21 – 22, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. CT
Where:   Anywhere — it’s 100% online!
Price:    $349 for NWI members | $449 for non-members

Virtual Conference

Ongoing Access to Two Recorded Sessions
with amazing colleagues who share their successes with implementing resilience

Evidence-Based Culture of Health & Leadership

Coming in September. 

OWLS will be on a panel with several presenters from diverse organizations who have consulted with OWLS. This includes a multi-national corporation, a private health and wellness company, a municipal public health department, and a research center.

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