Helping the Business Owner Cope in Uncertain Times
Tools for Developing Clarity and Hope
A Presentation and Q+A with Diana Zelvin, Psychotherapist and Business Coach
Thursday, May 28th 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Most business owners are grappling with the challenge of managing their business and making important decisions through the uncertainty of this pandemic. Join Evergreen and resilience and recovery expert, psychotherapist and business coach, Diana Zelvin, for a lunchtime workshop to learn new tools and cultivate positive habits to help you thrive in these unpredictable times. She will share how to calm your mind to allow for clarity and adaptation. She will provide actionable steps for daily and weekly plans. Learn how to strengthen your resiliency for productivity and growth. Feel empowered, discover new possibilities and find hope.
The presentation and Q&A will take place via Zoom. Please register here and you will receive an email with the Zoom invite before the session.
Diana Zelvin is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, psychotherapist, business coach and business development advisor who has been helping individuals and organizations grow, change and flourish. Since 1995, she has had a psychotherapy practice specializing in anxiety, depression, trauma and professional growth.
She has been an active community leader in Brooklyn over the past twenty years, as an advisor to nonprofits and businesses. She has led community projects, galvanized people around causes, produced memorable events, created strategies for growth, secured funding for capital campaigns, worked closely with elected officials, advocated for environmental solutions, and supported the local business community as a board member of North Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce.
She received her Masters in Social Work from Fordham Graduate School of Social Service and advanced her psychoanalytic training at The Institute for the Psychoanalytic Study of Subjectivity, the National Institute for the Psychotherapies as well as specialized training at the Institute for the Center of Contemporary Psychotherapy. Her coaching training was with The Institute for Life Coach Training.
Please direct any questions to Natalie Vichnevsky.
This workshop is made possible by the generous support of Goldman Sachs Bank USA.