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How to NOT Take Things Personally: A Practical Guide to Remaining Objective and Letting Go

Tuesday, Nov. 5, 12 pm (Central)

It can be hard to maintain objectivity when our insecurities and angst take over—especially if we are unfamiliar with our feelings and how to regulate them. 

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If you find yourself holding grudges, ruminating on how you've been wronged, or cutting people out of your life when they have slighted you, this webinar may be of interest. In this one-hour webinar, psychotherapist and psychological surgeon Jinnie Cristerna, AM'99, will walk you though five practical ways to let go and move on. Attendees will learn how to:
 
  • Begin identifying triggers that hook them into holding on to unhelpful feelings
     
  • Begin identifying faulty thoughts and behaviors that result in internalizing others' actions
     
  • Begin shifting into more responsive and compassionate spaces

 

About the Presenter: Jinnie Cristerna, AM'99

 
jinnie-headshotUniversity of Chicago alumna Jinnie Cristerna, AM'99, is a licensed clinical social worker and psycho-spiritual therapist. She is a nationally renowned mental health expert and founder of International High Achievers. As a psychological surgeon, she works with high-achieving professionals all over the world to help them achieve their full potential by clearing the blocks that keep themstuck in unhealthy and unproductive places. Her ability to speak and work with clients in deeply profound, practical, and inclusive ways has drawn people from various backgrounds and with varying histories. To learn more about Cristerna, you can visit her website at highachiever.net.

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CAREER MONTH WEBINAR


Date: Tuesday, November 5, 2019 at 12pm (Central)

 
Cost: Complimentary
 
Location: Online
  

     




















 

 


Event Contact

Linda Pantale
Assistant Director, Career Development
 
 
UChicago Alumni Association Contact
AlumniAssociation@uchicago.edu
773.702.2150