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Building Mental Wellness: A Blueprint to Thrive Workbook

Habits are hard to break. We know that. After completing this workbook, we have developed the Blueprint to Thrive Values Journal & Organizer to help break those old habits and build healthier, daily mindfulness routines. These routines will bring results.

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Building Mental Wellness: A Blueprint to Thrive Workbook
Building Mental Wellness: A Blueprint to Thrive Workbook

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Mar 02, 2021, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EST


About the Event

Building Mental Wellness:  A Blueprint to Thrive Workbook

We have developed this program to allow the individual, with the support of his or her employer, to self-guide through an acceptance-commitment-therapy-based, nine-step sequence.  The program guides an individual through the exploration of the eight domains in a person’s life, individual prioritization, obstacle identification and removal, and value assessments.  Through the sequence, a person improves self-worth, prioritizes values, and develops a plan to increase satisfaction and fulfillment in one’s life.  This isn’t crack science.  It’s real, it’s proven, it works, and it will work for anyone.

Habits are hard to break.  We know that.  After completing this workbook, we have developed the Blueprint the Thrive Values Journal & Organizer to help break those old habits and build healthier, daily mindfulness routines.  These routines will bring results.

In this program, we will explore:

  • What drives the high rates of mental illness in the construction industry?
  • How do we quantify the impacts of mental illness on projects and company performance?
  • How do we create a psychologically safe workplace in the office and in the field?
  • How do we implement a mental wellness program for a project and/or an organization?
  • How do we build resilience in our workforce?

Who are we? 

Domain Wellness Partners is committed to changing the conversation in industry about mental wellness and implementing successful programs capable of achieving the desired results of happy, healthy, productive workforces.

Kathryn Ely is a licensed counselor and a Purpose & Productivity Coach with a practice based in Birmingham, Alabama.  Her methods encourage self-discovery, overcoming self-limiting beliefs, and understanding the right steps to take to achieve personal goals.  She also runs a podcast “Imperfect Thriving.”  Before opening her practice, Kathryn provided mental health services through the UAB Community Counseling Clinic and practiced law.  She earned a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, a Juris Doctor from the University of Alabama School of Law, and a bachelor’s degree in Political Science with a minor in Psychology from Birmingham Southern College.  During law school, Kathryn was named to the Law and Psychology Review.

Teresa Magnus is the Principal Consultant of Magnus & Company, a construction and management advisory firm committed to improving the experience of the industry by challenging conventional business models through unique thinking, creative solutions, and intelligent execution.  Over the past 25 years, Teresa’s work experience has been focused on the planning and management of major construction programs, workforce and labor strategy, business growth and expansion, and contract strategy, administration, and the prevention, as well as, resolution of complex claims.  Teresa has held previous roles for the Southern Company, served as CEO of Vulcan Industrial Contractors, and worked as a dispute resolution consultant with both Price Waterhouse and Arthur Andersen.  Teresa’s community involvement focuses on education, inclusion, and the advancement of the field of Construction.  Teresa has served as an Advisory Board Member for the Shelby County Schools Technical Education Program, the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce Workforce Development Committee, the Advisory Board of the Alabama Go Build Initiative, and the Georgia Governor’s Workforce Development Committee.  She has served on the board of the local YMCA branch and currently chairs annually the Girls Can Camps she founded in Alabama.  Teresa was awarded the Crystal Vision Award in 2010 for her work in promoting the inclusion of women in the construction industry and has been recognized by the Birmingham Business Journal and Southeast Construction magazine for her leadership.  In 2018, she was recognized by the Construction Users Roundtable for her contributions to the organization and the construction industry.  Teresa earned a Bachelor of Science in Accountancy from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio and is a CPA licensed in Ohio.  She holds a Juris Doctor from Samford University Cumberland School of Law and is admitted to the Georgia Bar.


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