10:00 -11:30 a.m. | Creating Joy (Even in Times of Stress and Change)
Kelcey Stratton, Ph.D., Resiliency and Well-Being Services Program Manager, MHealthy
When times are tough, how do you find time to rest and reconnect to what matters most? Using principles and practices from positive psychology research, this session will teach strategies for enhancing joy, meaning, and compassion in everyday life. Participants will have opportunities for reflection and skills practice.
Download Kelcey's Presentation Slides as a PDF.
2:00 - 3:30 p.m. | How to Overcome Financial Challenges: From Mindset to Action
Mark Munzenberger, AFC, Financial Education Manager, University of Michigan Credit Union (UMCU)
The year 2020 has presented many challenges for people, one of which is financial. Financial problems are one of the most common sources of stress, and if you or a loved one has experienced some stress in this area this year, you are not alone. This workshop will first examine the importance of changing how you think about money, and how we can create real-life habits we can use every day. Even small steps add up to big changes! Second, we’ll focus on the current economic environment and tangible actions we can and should take to position ourselves for success heading into 2021. With changes in perspective and a clear action plan, you can take control of your finances for good!
Download the Overcoming Financial Hardship PDF worksheet
Download Mark's Presentation Slides as a PDF.
View the Financial Health Network/AARP video titled Financial Life After 50: Good Advice Never Gets Old.