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There’s no doubt that women today are juggling far too much and often highly stressed. How do we enable ourselves to become more resilient?
We live in stressful times today. For women, especially, the challenges come from many directions – internal and external pressures to be the perfect daughter, wife or mother; the desire to compete at work and prove oneself; the pressures of parenting in a competitive world.
Is it surprising that many of us feel tired all the time? Join us at this supportive event in New Delhi, Being Resilient In Times Of Stress where we meet accomplished psychologist Nimmi Hutnik and discuss how we can achieve better emotional resilience. This event will feature a panel discussion to help us better understand the subject, as well as a group activity that will help us apply it to ourselves.
Being Resilient In Times Of Stress is a by-invite event, no charges apply. Simply register below to receive your invite!
22nd December, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Cafe Turtle, Atop Full Circle Bookshop, N – 16, N Block Market, Greater Kailash 1, New Delhi.
Nimmy Hutnik, Cognitive Behaviour Therapist, Counselling Psychologist & Author
Nimmi Hutnik is an accredited cognitive behaviour therapist and a chartered counselling psychologist. Till recently she was an associate professor at London South Bank University where she taught CBT to post graduate students. She provides therapy, coaching and supervision in person and via Skype.
Her book, Becoming Resilient, is meant to held readers deal with difficult emotions, as well as manage stress better and improve our relationships. But it doesn’t stop there. Once you are on a level keel emotionally, it will empower you to develop a platform for resilience and growth in your life, and provide a road to that ultimate goal: happiness.
HarperCollinsPublishers India Ltd. is a wholly owned subsidiary of HarperCollins Worldwide. HarperCollins India has shown phenomenal growth in the past few years and publishes fiction, non-fiction and poetry by diverse writers like Kamala Das, Kunal Basu, Tarun Tejpal, Deepak Chopra and Anita Nair.