Bunbury, Business Women Australia: Juggling Life & Business Challenges

When:
February 25, 2021 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm Australia/Perth Timezone
2021-02-25T11:00:00+08:00
2021-02-25T12:30:00+08:00
Where:
The Side Door
10 Victoria St Bunbury WA
Bunbury, Business Women Australia: Juggling Life & Business Challenges @ The Side Door

 

 

 

Join Business Women Australia members and guests, together with Chapter Leader Cathy Smith and local businesswoman and psychologist, Jay Anderson from the South West Wellbeing Centre.

We will be delving into a discussion on happiness and wellbeing, and what this means to women juggling the challenges of life and business goals. While this is a deep and meaningful discussion, there will be lots of laughs and fun as Jay is a big believer in the importance of play!

Jay has enjoyed helping people for over 25 years, of which the last 10 years have involved therapeutic work. Jay’s passion is “making a difference” and she works with adults as well as children. She enjoys an holistic focus on human wellbeing and working collaboratively, connecting with others and really “making a difference.” Jay has an abundance of certifications including Registered Psychologist, Registered Counsellor, Registered Play Therapist, and AHPRA Registered Supervisor.

Come and join the conversation with like-minded business women.

Any questions? Contact Bunbury BWA Chapter, Cathy Smith, The Attraction Maven of CATCO Enterprises: 0409 489 464

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