One pandemic and a million emotions.
From job security to social distancing, the COVID-19 pandemic isn’t just disrupting our lives—it’s also affecting our emotional wellbeing.
In our webinar, Element Three CEO Tiffany Sauder talks with licensed clinical social worker Lisa Franklin about how quarantine, remote work, and uncertainty affects us each differently. From diving into fear and anxiety to discussing at-home dynamics, listen to an honest conversation about mental health in the midst of a global pandemic.
What you'll hear about.
- How extreme situations can accelerate or decelerate our lives and decisions.
- The concept of fear—and how to respond in a healthy way.
- How the “me, we, and us” are all affected by more time at home.
- Addressing guilt, anxiety, and frustration when things are okay—and when things aren’t.
- What reintegration might look like, and what will be challenging.
Scared Confident is a series of conversations on the pressure points that scare us enough to demand change in our lives, and what we learn about ourselves on the other side. It’s about overcoming paralyzing challenges in marketing, business, and life.
Your webinar speakers.
Tiffany Sauder, CEO at Element Three
Tiffany Sauder is the CEO of Element Three, a full-service marketing consultancy in Indianapolis. After taking over in 2006, she’s been named to IBJ’s 40 Under 40 list and transformed E3 from a small creative shop into one of the fastest-growing marketing consultancies in the Midwest. Tiffany is an active member of the Indiana chapter of Young Presidents Organization (YPO), and sits on the boards for Gibson Insurance, YPO Indiana, and Orr Fellowship.
Lisa Franklin, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Southside Pastoral Counseling
Lisa Franklin is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Credentialed Sexually Abusive Youth Clinician who specializes in helping children, adolescents, and families. Lisa uses her training and expertise to help individuals and families restore balance in their lives. Areas of expertise include anxiety, depression, trauma, behavioral interventions, parent/child conflict, and adjustment issues.