Despite all the great advice you’ll receive from classic career development books and job coaches, you may still find yourself immobilized with fear. Whether you’re a seasoned professional changing careers, a laid-off worker coming out of unemployment, or a new graduate seeking your first job, fear – of failure, of the unknown, and even of success – can hinder your ability to move toward your professional goals. By examining the paralyzing and self-limiting nature of fear and exploring your answer to one key question, this thought-provoking and inspiring webinar presented by Peggy Mitchell Norwood will help you to conquer your fears and achieve the career success you desire.
Peggy Mitchell Norwood, Ph.D. (Curry Programs in Clinical and School Psychology ’91) is a Denver-based clinical psychologist and former psychology professor who is passionate about sharing practical and effective psychological strategies and spiritual principles to help people to transform their lives.
In addition to her almost 20-year teaching career, Peggy has worked as a psychotherapist in a wide variety of inpatient and outpatient mental health settings, including college counseling centers, community mental health agencies, and a large state psychiatric hospital. She can be seen weekly on Denver’s 9News Morning Show, and after 2 years on the air, is moving her popular radio show, Living Well with Dr. Peg, to local television beginning this spring.
Peggy is the author of Do Something Different…For a Change: Work Edition – A Curriculum for Personal Transformation and Transitioning to Work, and plans to release her next book, Doggie Tales: Lessons on Life, Love, and Loss I Learned from My Dog later this year. Learn more about Peggy’s books, mental health and wellness workshops, personal transformation retreats, Christian counseling services, and higher education consulting at www.DrPegOnline.com