Creating Work/Life Balance at UNH

Creating Work/Life Balance

What do we mean by "work-life balance”? Most of us say that work-life balance is a goal, but it will be impossible to achieve if we haven't defined it for ourselves.

You'll learn what work-life balance really is, how to achieve it, and, most importantly, how to sustain it for greater productivity and satisfaction. Identify false expectations of a work-life balance and how they can cause stress. You'll craft a personalized plan to increase equilibrium at home and work.

At the conclusion of the workshop you will be able to identify and eliminate circumstances that thwart your work-life balance; cultivate conditions at home and work to promote work-life balance; approach work and life with increased energy, enthusiasm and efficiency; and be more internally centered and grounded--no matter what is happening externally.

Instructor Bios


Creating Work/Life Balance

  • Amy Wood

    Amy Wood

    Amy Wood, Psy.D., is a Maine-based psychologist who--through psychotherapy, executive coaching, and training—helps ambitious professionals achieve more and stress less.  She is author of Life Your Way: Refresh Your Approach to Success and Breathe Easier in a Fast-paced World, an award-winning personal improvement book that surpasses quick-fix self-help rhetoric with a sustainable program for adapting to our perpetually hectic age.  She has been accepted into the prestigious National Speakers Association and is often called on for her expert opinion by media ranging from Maine Public Radio to Parade Magazine.  Dr. Wood earned her doctorate at Adler University and is certified by the College of Executive Coaching.

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