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Mindfulness Techniques – Good for your Clients and Great for You!

  • Friday, November 30, 2018
  • 9:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • University of Georgia, Tate Student Center, Room 473

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Mindfulness Techniques – Good for your Clients and Great for You!





Learn mindful strategies for you and your clients to best handle:

  • Daily Stressors
  • Decision Fatigue
  • Work/Life Integration
  • Time Management and Setting Boundaries
  • Breaking through creative blocks/Preventing Burnout

Bringing a combined background of 40+ years of educational counseling and consulting experience in both academia and corporate America to empower clients navigating the career process.


Sarah Birdsong Major is an Executive/Career Coach through the ICF accredited Center for Executive Coaching and is the Founder of Soule, Inc (http://www.thesoule.com), a coaching and assessment firm. She channels career direction for individuals and specializes in determining unique strengths, helping her clients match their natural talents and abilities to work they love. Sarah has experience in both academia and corporate America. She has a true passion for health and wellness, with a MEd in Counseling and certifications in both Meditation/Mindfulness practices and holistic health. She resides in Charleston, South Carolina with her husband and works with clients throughout the country helping them find their ideal career and life "fit".


Kim Turner (www.kimturnerlpc.com) is a Licensed Professional and Nationally Certified Counselor.  Kim has over 20 years of experience in education and counseling, having worked in higher education positions at the University of Virginia and the University of Georgia and as a public school counselor.  She is currently working in the private practice she founded five years ago, helping adolescents and adults finding college majors and careers that fit.  In addition, she is the Co-Founder of Strong Girls, an organization designed to inspire girls through creative activities, community service and yoga and its nonprofit arm, Strong Girls Serve.  She finds joy in raising her two daughters with her husband in Athens, GA.



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