What’s So Funny About… A Crisis? Using Humor to Distract, Relate, Reframe & Refuel
Global pandemic. Political pandemonium. Stressed out students. Angry parents. Worried administrators. Who would have ever thought that School Nursing could be this challenging?! If in the midst of it all you’ve experienced any of the following:
lack of focus
inability to concentrate
…these can be warning signs that your brain has been hijacked, and that can be dangerous, or even deadly for you and your students. In this webinar you can discover how to harness humor to distract, relate, reframe and refuel to empower yourself and those in your care.
At the end of the presentation you’ll be able to:
Recognize how to use humor to reframe a situation and reverse an amygdala hijack
Identify how to use humor intentionally to build your mental bandwidth
Describe one way to intentionally use humor to boost your physical resilience
Join Us Thursday, January 27th at 2 PM Central Time.
Karyn Buxman, neurohumorist AND former school nurse, once ran from school to school chasing head lice on 2000 children grades K-12. Now she runs through airports so that she can share her knowledge and passion for humor around the world.
Through her years of research and experience she’s determined that whether you’re a nurse, teacher, parent or student, humor will help you live a more positive, productive and happier life.
Award winning TEDx speaker, author, neurohumorist and nurse—Karyn’s mission is to improve global health through laughter and to heal the humor impaired!
I can't attend the whole session. How do I watch it later? - If you can't attend the webinar in part or in full, simply register for the webinar. No further actions are needed. All registrants will be emailed a link to watch the recorded webinar within 1-2 days after the webinar is complete.
How much does it cost? - There is no cost for this webinar.
Are CE credits available? - We will issue a Certificate of Attendance within 1-2 days of your completion of the webinar. Acceptance for CE is up to your governing body but we are told that many nurses are able to use this certificate and get credit.