Power Boost Event

The Mighty Me You’re Meant to Be: Turning Pain into Power

with Jill Stoddard

October 7, 2020 | 11:00 AM MT

Event videos are available to Emerging Women members. Please visit our membership page to join.

The Mighty Me You’re Meant to Be: Turning Pain into Power

Did you know that women suffer from anxiety at nearly double the rates men do? Do you often feel that you’ve got way too much on your plate? Or that instead of feeling your emotions, your negative thoughts and pain are running the show?

Dealing with uncomfortable stuff is a part of life. But that doesn’t mean it needs to run our lives. In fact, negative thoughts and emotional pain are not our enemies — instead, they offer valuable insight into our psyche.

Join Emerging Women for a live Power Boost presentation from author and psychologist, Dr. Jill Stoddard. She will present cutting-edge strategies from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) that will help you forge a new relationship to negative thinking and emotional pain, allowing you to emerge as the mighty Me you are meant to be.

We will explore reasons women suffer from anxiety at such high rates and how we can bring greater meaning, vitality, and MIGHT to our lives amidst all that we juggle.

Discover how avoiding emotional pain is what keeps us stuck, and how to mindfully make space for pain instead of Listening to Thoughts as Facts.

Join Jill and the Emerging Women community to learn how to make choices based on deeply held personal values, become the people we most want to be, and embrace the lives we most want to live.

October 7, 2020 at 11:00 AM MT
Jill Stoddard photo

Jill Stoddard

Ph.D.

Power Boost Leader

Dr. Jill Stoddard is a clinical psychologist specializing in evidence-based treatments for anxiety, worry, and stress.  She is the founder and director of The Center for Stress and Anxiety Management in San Diego, CA. She is an award-winning teacher, author of Be Mighty: A Woman’s Guide to Anxiety, Worry, and Stress Using Mindfulness and Acceptance, co-author of The Big Book of ACT Metaphors, co-host of the Psychologists Off The Clock Podcast, and regular contributor to Psychology Today. Jill enjoys a mighty life with her husband, two kids, and two French Bulldogs in Carlsbad, California.

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