Burning Bright Without Burning Out: Building Resiliency to Fuel Creativity

Burning Bright Without Burning Out: Building Resiliency to Fuel Creativity


Tuesday, June 29, 2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Location:
Virtual Event
Contact:
Alumni Relations
Open to:
Alumni, Current Students

Burnout occurs due to a misalignment between our values and goals. It is often insidious, shows up unexpectedly, and impacts our work and relationships with others. In this webinar, Vijayeta Sinh (Ph.D. '11) will present the key traits of burnout and the roadblocks to work-life harmony, and will illustrate how to develop your personal resilience roadmap to activate your brilliance and creativity in your life and workspace.

Date: Tuesday, June 29
Time: 12:00 p.m. ET
Register here.

Vijayeta Sinh, Clinical psychologist, helps others discover simple ways of wellness to thrive and not just survive. Founder of TherapyCouchNYC, Vijayeta uses tried and tested empirically-based techniques to help clients improve their resilience, and the ability to roll with the punches of life.

A nationally known expert, with over 15 years of experience in the field of emotionally intelligent relationships, Vijayeta received her Ph.D. from Teachers College, Columbia University and is a Supervising Psychologist at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital, and Teachers College at Columbia University. Born and raised in India, she is fluent in Hindi and has a deep understanding of cultural and social issues as they relate to work, career, marriage, and parenthood.

She has been invited as a speaker at the Brainwave Series at the Rubin Museum in New York City and frequently conducts inspiring & educational talks at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Hunter College, Columbia University & NYC public schools.

Vijayeta's astute advice has been featured on Good Day, New York, Fox5NY, WFLA Channel 8, Good Day Chicago, KTLA5 Morning News, WGN-TV Chicago Morning News, NBC News, WCBS 880-AM, Business Insider, Reader's Digest, Monster, Good Housekeeping, and Family Circle. She is a contributing writer for Psychology Today 


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