Coping with the Unknown: Strategies for Developing Resilience
Note: This event is for women and women identifying guests only.
We will be running this event through Zoom, so please join us for what should be an interesting conversation with an opportunity for Q&A. Our sign-up form is coming soon. We will email a Zoom invitation directly to you on the day of the event.
Zoom invitation link will be emailed on Thursday, May 14th. We look forward to seeing you online!
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Join FEW Japan for a moderated chat with Yukari Horiguchi as we discuss mental health strategies for dealing with change, be it in peace times, or in times of crisis, like the current COVID19 pandemic. Yukari’s perspective and participatory approach will inspire and enlighten our members. Even if you are unphased by COVID19, Yukari has a host of ideas for developing individual lifelong resilience. Her talk will be of interest and benefit to entrepreneurs, corporate employees, managers, aspiring leaders, parents, homemakers, and also volunteers.
Yukari’s professional career has taken her from Japan to the United States and back. She brings to FEW members a wealth of professional experiences that began with her career studying law at Seijo University in Tokyo, Japan. Thereafter, Yukari headed to San Francisco where she guided companies, such as Gap Inc. and Godiva, to launch retail locations in Japan.
Shortly after having her first child, Yukari began her journey into the study of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and joined the family business Communications Psychology International (CPI) to focus on teaching communications psychology. At CPI, Yukari pays forward her communications expertise to help individuals (executives and middle managers), as well as the broader organization learn to communicate more effectively through the principles of NLP. Business leaders can develop presentation skills and learn to be more persuasive and influential in their communications with staff. Clients include YouTube, Saizeriya, and NEC.
Additionally, CPI offers communication coaching and therapy to individual clients. Yukari brings real-life professional and deep personal experience to her sharing about resilience. About 1.5 years ago, Yukari’s husband suddenly passed away. She has persevered and comes to FEW to share her insights on “resilience as a way of life”.