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The Impact of Pandemic Life on Working Women and the Move Toward Finding Balance

Working and Stressed? Join Us on 4/13 to Learn Tips on Finding Balance

Join Psychotherapist Lila Margulies for a conversation to empower working women in finding balance during a complicated time.

The Impact of Pandemic Life on Working Women and the Move Toward Finding Balance

April 13, 2021 / 1:00 - 2:00pm
via Zoom



See why NYCDS President-Elect Ioanna Mentzelopoulou is looking forward to this upcoming webinar!

This past year has significantly impacted everyone's stress levels and there are difficult choices being made to navigate work and family life on a regular basis. Lila will talk about the struggles of professionals, with a focus on working mothers. She will offer strategies for managing stress and finding balance among the many varying roles and responsibilities that require juggling.

Lila will discuss the necessity to be self-nurturing and to prioritize needs in order to be a more patient and loving parent, a dedicated and focused dentist, and an all-around healthier person. Lila's discussion will be followed with a Q&A.

About the Speaker:

Lila Margulies, LCSW, is a clinical social worker practicing for over 20 years. She spent 14 years working at Friends Seminary School, doing individual counseling with 7-12th graders, running support groups, teaching Health and Wellness and consulting with parents. She has a private psychotherapy practice in Brooklyn, where she sees individuals and runs psychotherapy groups. Since being diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer in 2017, she has become incredibly enthusiastic about living her life with joy and her eyes wide open. With her mental health background and profound life experience, Lila has been handling this pandemic with a grounded presence. She understands the reality of living with uncertainty, and has helped many people find acceptance and even humor in challenging times. When she talks with clients and friends, she helps people not only to cope with life during Covid, but to thrive.