5 ways to increase your Cognitive Flexibility and Boost your Response to Stress
Learn how to learn more quickly, solve problems more creatively, and respond to new situations confidently. In this session you will learn what Cognitive Flexibility is, why it is important and three techniques you can start using today to improve your mood and your ability to balance your hectic life with ease.
Bridget Richard, LISW-S and Life Coach
Bridget Richard was born and raised in Northeast Ohio where she continues to live with her husband and two children. Early in her career, she dedicated herself to the pursuit of mental wellness through her work in juvenile diversion, and support of the severely mentally ill. Soon she felt the call to specialize in mental health and obtained her master’s degree in social work from Cleveland State University which led to her work as a psychotherapist. Bridget is now the owner of Lamplight Counseling Services, a family therapy private practice treating emotional and mental health needs. When not providing therapy services, she enjoys helping other social workers in her field to achieve their independent license through providing clinical supervision. Additionally she enjoys speaking to community organizations and volunteering to help those in need in and around our community.
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