Avoiding Burnout: How to Manage Stress with Self-Care with Angel Ianakiev
Feeling trapped, depressed, and at times, almost numb?
It's possible you are on the verge of burnout. Chronic emotional and personal stress has leveled up over the last three years, with burnout on the rise globally, especially for women. A recent study by Asana interviewed over 10,000 workers across seven countries and found 70% of people experienced burnout in the last year. And according to The Largest-Ever Study of Working Parents conducted by Maven, working mothers are 28% more likely to experience burnout than working dads.
Something has to give.
On March 4, 2023, MDW will host Angel Ianakiev, Licensed Clinical Social Worker and owner of Anchor Counseling in Geneva, Illinois, who will be talking about redefining how we manage stress and changing the mentality of how we view self-care.
In this 1-hour chat, Angel will discuss:
Stress management tips
Ideas for easy self-care
How self-care makes us more effective parents, caretakers, and human beings
Why busy isn’t a badge of honor and how we can establish boundaries around our time
Avoiding Burnout: How to Manage Stress with Self-Care
Date: March 4, 2023 Time: 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Place: St. Charles Public Library - Bisbee Conference Room
1 South 6th Ave.
St. Charles, IL
Cost: FREE but registration is required in the link below.
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About Angel Ianakiev:
"Self-care is not self-indulgent; it’s self-preservation.
The first step is determining what self-care means to you and that there is no right or wrong way to practice.
And it the self-care activities you engage in don’t seem to have any benefit anymore, it's time to rework your routine and incorporate other activities to help you feel happier."
Angel Hernandez Ianakiev is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Certified in Perinatal Mental Health, and a Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor.
With 15 years of experience in social services, Angel's passion for helping others led her to found Anchor Counseling Inc. in Geneva, Illinois. Conveniently located in the Western suburbs of Chicago, Anchor Counseling provides hope and guidance to individuals and families through expert therapy services.
Angel specializes in women's mental health with training in Domestic Violence, Infertility, and Perinatal Mood Disorders. She works with children, adolescents and adults, personally and compassionately addressing their unique needs. She provides an eclectic approach to therapy depending on the client's need and can incorporate Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness Therapy, and Interpersonal Therapy. Her therapy techniques and services treat many concerns including:
- Mood disorders
- Family conflicts
- Postpartum mood disorders
- Behavior disorders
- Family members of substance users
- Life transitions
For more information about Angel and the team at Anchor Counseling, visit anchorcounseling.org