Complimentary Webinar: How to Process Job Loss, to Heal, and then to Grow

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In today’s volatile job market, you may have been laid off, fired, been the casualty of a leadership change or seen signs that it’s time to move on.  In this webinar, Megan Marzo and Robin Merle will help you navigate job loss and change, so that you can ultimately make this a time of growth and opportunity. 

This webinar will help anyone who is facing a job transition at any level, but is particularly relevant to those whose career path has taken an unexpected turn and/or want to understand the role that our jobs play in our identity.

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

*Why sudden job loss isn’t a blip but a life change
*How to challenge the stories you’re telling yourself and rewrite the narrative
*Low-stakes exercises to shake up the fear response about uncertainty
*How to quiet negative self-talk and evolve in the midst of change
*New definitions of what it means to thrive


Megan Marzo, Clinical Social Worker

marzoMegan Marzo is an experienced therapist with expertise in clinical practice with adult individuals. She specializes in treating symptoms related to adjustment disorder and life transitions, generalized anxiety disorder, perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, women's mental health, interpersonal issues, and alcohol use disorder.

Robin Merle, CFRE

MerleRobin Merle, CFRE is the author of the award-winning book, Involuntary Exit, A Woman’s Guide to Thriving After Being Fired.  She has been a senior executive for billion-dollar nonprofit organizations and, with her fundraising teams, raised more than a half-billion dollars for healthcare and academic institutions.  Robin has been Vice Chair of National Philanthropy Day in New York 3 times, served on multiple nonprofit boards, and was named Woman of Achievement in 2017 by Women in Development, New York.  Robin is proud to be a graduate of the first class of women at Rutgers College. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa and went on to earn a Master of Arts from The Johns Hopkins University and publish short fiction in various literary magazines. You can follow Robin, buy your copy of Involuntary Exit, read her blog, and stay up to date with events and announcements.


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