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Let's Talk Job Search: Managing Job Search Burnout During the Holidays
This event is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
Managing Job Search Burnout During the Holidays
While the holiday season is often a time of joy and celebration, it can also be a challenging time filled with emotional and financial stress and strain — especially when in the midst of a job search. This presentation, led by Emily Weber and Nia J. Butler from Ellie Mental Health, will provide tips and strategies to minimize the impact of holiday burnout.
- Holiday burnout and its impact on mental health
- Effective strategies for managing job search burnout during the holiday season
- Useful tools to help navigate the holiday season with greater resilience and well-being
About the Presenters
Emily Weber, LCSW, CADC, Clinical Director
As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Emily believes in providing ethical, compassionate care that meets people where they are, demonstrates empathy for the unique experience of each person, and recognizes the needs of the whole person. Rooted in these values, she uses a variety of therapeutic approaches to find the best fit, including motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and mindfulness. The Ellie value of authenticity resonates with who she is, both as a person, and as a therapist, as she brings her authentic self to her therapy practice. She loves embracing her creative side, using expressive arts and play therapies with children and adolescents and recognizing the value of humor in navigating the difficult parts of life. Through providing a nonjudgmental space to explore emotions, unpack thought processes, and recognize patterns of behavior, her role is to help individuals, couples, and families tackle whatever struggles they are currently facing, be it anxiety, mood disorders, addiction, communication issues, identity struggles or other life stressors.
She is motivated by supporting individuals through the change process, helping people reach their goals, and empowering them to realize their full potential. She believes that everyone deserves the opportunity for healing, growth, and support and that Ellie can make that opportunity a reality for more of our community. With these values of creativity, compassion, humor, authenticity, acceptance, and determination at the forefront of who she is as a clinician and a person, she couldn’t be more excited to align with the mission at Ellie Mental Health and provide accessible, wholistic mental health care to Downers Grove and the surrounding areas. Everyone needs help sometimes. We are here to help and can’t wait to get started!
Nia J. Butler, LCSW
Nia J. Butler is Licensed Clinical Social worker and is Clinical Manager of Ellie Mental Health Oak Brook, where she is working to demonstrate the core values of Ellie to her team. She does this by providing, clinical supervision, leadership and instilling cultural authenticity. Nia has been in the field of behavioral health for over 7 years. Before Ellie Mental Health she was the inpatient Social Worker for RUSH, collaborating with all levels of treatment provider to develop discharge planning and continued care plans. While at RUSH, Nia assisted with Hematology/Oncology departments, providing bedside case management and resource linkage with community supports such as transportation, housing assistance and family education. Nia is a member of the Sickle Cell Disease Association (SCADI) of IL, where she advocates for awareness of this invisible disease that effects primary black and brown individuals. Nia uses personal and practical interventions to address difficult topics like grief, loss and chronic pain.