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Self-Care Webinar: No One Will Take Care of You Better Than You
April 30 @ 12:00 pm
We live in a connected world. Business moves at the speed of light (literally) and in some places customers or associates seem to be demanding instant access and instant answers regardless of day or time of day. How do these constant demands affect our bodies, our minds and our health? More than half of American workers say they feel guilty about taking vacation time. Do we really need to be available all day, every day?
In this time of coronavirus, work from home, shelter in place, and never seen stresses on individuals and business, self-care is even more important.
This webinar will give ideas for sustainably working through these times, how we can periodically disconnect from the pressure of these demands, and present some tools for effective self-care.
Dr. André Sims has a B.S. in Psychology, M.A.R. in Christian Education, and D. Min. in Christian Education from Dallas Theological Seminary. He is one of only two African American clinicians in King County, Washington, on the Psychology Today website. He has been practicing Psychology for more than 20 years.
Dr. Sims has been in full-time ministry more than 30 years and has been the Senior Pastor of Christ the King Bible Fellowship in Federal Way, Washington, for 20 years.
He is the Owner/Operator of Trucking Logistics, a trucking company with 97% minority contractors.
Mr. Grantley Martelly has master’s degrees in Transportation Management from University of Denver and Pastoral Ministry from Northwest Nazarene University. He currently serves as the Pacific NW Regional Director for Triunity Inc.
Mr. Martelly has been in the transportation industry for over 25 years. He began his career in the transportation field in environmental, health and safety, working on environmental site remediation as a field chemist and transportation logistics.
He later went on to work with the Utah Transit Authority where he has led various capacities leading to Manager of Safety and Environment and Regional General Manager. After a brief time being self-employed, Mr. Martelly worked for King County Metro in Seattle as the Managing Director of Safety and Security.
Rev. Martelly is an ordained minister serving in Kent, Washington. His ministry focuses mainly on developing cultural intelligence within a Biblical world view towards establishing inter-cultural and inter-generational communities.