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April 7, 2020

How to cope with the uncertainty and challenges of COVID-19 with Katherine Jansen-Byrkit

How to cope with the uncertainty and challenges of COVID-19 with Katherine Jansen-Byrkit
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Utilizing a holistic approach, psychotherapist, Katherine Jansen-Byrkit, MPH, LPC takes her audiences on a spiritual/life journey, one that can transform despair into hope and confusion into clarity toward the ultimate discovery of an awakened self. During this time of COVID-19 Katherine calls up on her skills to help individuals, couples and families address and cope with many issues found with the ‘new normal’ of today’s daily life. As a speaker, author, educator and therapist, she moves her audience from the inner world to the outer, providing insights, tools and practices as she explores many of the nine aspects of wakefulness. Wakefulness-Living as one’s most conscious self has been a lifelong pursuit for Katherine Jansen-Byrkit as she has dedicated her life to helping others do the same. “For many of us, this pandemic has been a wake-up call, a life changing moment when life is standing still and we have snapped out of some kind of trance. With overwhelming anxiety, contending with losses and required to be in isolation, we are called upon to stay not only physically well but emotionally healthy too, which includes our relationship to ourselves and each other. This is a powerful opportunity to focus on navigating adversity as your most awakened self, such as learning to work with an over active mind or apply relationship practices that deepen your connection to others in close and indefinite proximity. I write/speak to help each of us to wake up through our human life, not in spite of it.” Katherine Jansen-Byrkit Katherine Jansen-Byrkit, MPH, LPC began her professional journey in the field of Public Health, obtaining her Master’s in Public Health from the University of Washington. For many years she enjoyed her work in Public Health focused on working with non-profit agencies in multiple areas of violence prevention and teen health. To her own surprise, mid-career, she experienced an inner calling to follow in the footsteps of her father and become a therapist. She then went on to obtain her Master’s in Counseling from Lewis and Clark College in 2004 and opened her own private practice. Website: http://www.harborglowholistic.com

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