Sep 7, 2012
Event Type: Webinars
Peggy Mitchell Norwood
Curry Programs in Clinical and School Psychology ’91
Tags: Friday Forum, Webinar, Procrastination
Most people say they want something different, but they often fail to do something different. Procrastination is the great thief of productivity and entices us to put off doing the very things that would move us toward the change we desire. In this interactive webinar, Peggy Mitchell Norwood will explain the three common barriers to change and the ways that procrastination keeps you stuck. Peggy will also share the “ABCs of change” and offer practical strategies to help you to overcome workplace and personal procrastination.
Peggy Mitchell Norwood, Ph.D. (Curry Programs in Clinical and School Psychology ’91) is a clinical psychologist and psychology professor. As an author, radio host, and speaker, she is passionate about sharing practical and effective psychological strategies and spiritual principles to help people to transform their lives.
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. An active community mental health advocate, she has served as Secretary for the Denver-Rocky Mountain Association of Black Psychologists and the Virginia Association of Black Psychologists and was on the Colorado State Board of Directors for the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI).
Peggy is the author of the book, Do Something Different…For a Change: An Insider’s Guide to What Your Therapist Knows (But May Not Tell You) and is the host of a weekly call-in radio program, Living Well with Dr. Peg.