We’re reliving the #Sweatworking Summit highlights and loving every minute. We believe that our thoughts matter and the way we process the things we experience matters – especially when you’re working on yourself and making change in the world around you. In this session, we’ll hear from speakers who will give you the tools to take care of your mental health to give you the clarity you need to do the big, hard things you’ve set your mind to. We’ll focus on our mental health in this session to give ourselves the space to set boundaries and process – well, 2020.
Erinne Brown is a Chicago-based Well-Being Coach who started her healing journey while in an intense management consulting career, in which she experienced unprecedented stress, fatigue, and poor physical health. The overachiever in her decided to channel her energy into nourishing herself unconditionally, and she went on to earn health and life coaching certifications so that she could help other high achieving women do the same. Through her one-on-one and group coaching programs, she helps her clients design a lifestyle of abundant well-being without sacrificing the parts of their lives that matter most.
Sarah Kelly is a licensed social worker and certified alcohol and drug counselor. Sarah received her MSW from Loyola University and Chicago and currently works as an individual and group therapist for Clarity Clinic Chicago with an emphasis in addiction and trauma work. While Sarah believes that therapy is a significant and often necessary tool to foster personal and community wellness, Sarah believes in caring for the whole person and whole community. Sarah works towards this value by engaging in Chicago’s running and yoga communities, tapping into several book clubs and indulging in the bachelor. Sarah hopes to support you in the process in discovering what brings you value in yourself and your community.