Connecting with others is the key to health and happiness. Learn how you may be sabotaging your efforts to connect with others.
Meaningful relationships are important to our health and happiness, yet many of our efforts to connect with others leave us feeling misunderstood and lonely. Learn how you may be hindering connection and how you can cultivate the connection you desire.
Dr. Jill Nelson is the Associate Dean for Professional Development and Leadership in the College of Human Development and Education at North Dakota State University and a Professor in the Counseling program. She is a Board Certified Counselor and teaches courses in the clinical mental health and doctoral programs, including a popular course called, "Shame and Shame Resilience."
Jill's goal is to support others through mentoring, encouragement, and professional development, helping people to become leaders in their personal and professional lives. She is a Certified Daring Way Facilitator, and facilitates workshops and leadership training using the Daring Way curriculum based on the research of Dr. Brené Brown. Drawing from personal and professional experience, Jill has a warm and funny style that helps tackling tough topics a little bit easier.
Jill Nelson is speaking at the Women's Health Conference on Monday, September 17, 2018 at the Delta by Marriott. Tickets are $75.