Having the Courage to Ask for What You Want in Work, Health, and Life

02/13/2024 05:30 PM - 07:00 PM ET

Admission

  • Free

Description

This event has been cancelled. We will reschedule and contact everyone about a new date. 

 Who would have guessed that women would still be fighting for equality, equity, and basic human rights in areas such as pay, leadership, health services, and sexual wellness in 2024! It is imperative we learn to have open and productive conversations about our wants and needs, which can create a ripple effect in all areas of our lives, professionally and personally. We can connect to our power and own our lives, and demand what we want without hesitation, embarrasement, or apology.

Joy us for this virtual conversation with Dr. Robin Buckley that will provide the audience with the following outcomes:

  • recognize what inhibits society and ourselves when it comes to women's issues and topics
  • articulate why claiming our rights is powerful and how this power affects other areas of life
  • implement action steps to use this power in regard to personal and professional wants

Once you register, you will receive a Zoom link to participate in the conversation. Registration is required and will remain open through February 12. If you have any questions, please contact The Boston Club at events@thebostonclub.com. Thank you.

 

About the Speaker: Dr. Robin Buckley has her PhD in clinical psychology from Hofstra University, with specialized training in cognitive behavioral strategies. Her work as an expert in the field has been featured on multiple media platforms, including Entrepreneur.com, Thrive Global, Authority Magazine, Nike, various podcasts, news radio, and on the TEDx stage. As a speaker, Robin focuses on the application of cognitive behavioral therapies to mental wellness in the workplace and women’s empowerment, including the area of women’s sexual health. As a coach, Robin applies cognitive behavioral therapy to help individuals and couples create strategic plans for success in their careers and relationships.