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Tuesday, January 16, 2024
1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT

Embracing Winter Wellness: Navigating the Season with Mindful Practices

As the winter season approaches, join us for an engaging and insightful webinar designed to help you stay well and thrive during the colder months. Our expert host, Israa Nasir, will guide you through an exploration of winter wellness, focusing on crucial aspects such as mental health, mood management, and strategies for maintaining a positive outlook. 

In this 60-minute session, you will: 

  • Discover the impact of seasonal changes on mental well-being and learn practical tips for maintaining a healthy mindset during the winter months. 
  • Uncover the signs and symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder, a type of depression that occurs seasonally, and explore effective coping mechanisms to manage its effects. 
  • Gain valuable insights into seeking support for mental health challenges during winter, and acquire a toolkit of coping skills to navigate through the season with resilience and strength. 
  • Explore the common phenomenon of post-holiday blues and learn how to transition smoothly into the post-festive season, fostering a sense of balance and well-being. 

Start the new year on a positive note by discovering healthy habits, goal-setting strategies, and mindfulness practices that promote overall wellness. Join us for an enlightening session filled with practical tips, expert advice, and a supportive community ready to embark on a journey to winter wellness together. 

Meet the speaker

Israa Nasir, MHC-LP, is a psychotherapist, speaker, and founder of the digital mental health brand WellGuide. Israa curates meaningful experiences through therapy, workshops, engaging creative content, and speaking engagements to further amplify the message of emotional wellness and personal growth. Her work is focused on transforming the way we talk about mental health, taking it from a place of shame to a place of empowerment; with a specific focus on identity formation and healing for the AAPI immigrant (first and second generation) experience. Her previous clients include, but are not limited to, Columbia University, The NYPD, Google, Mental Health America, Pepsi Co., Ernst & Young, Meta (Instagram), and Yale University. Israa holds a M.A in Mental Health Counseling from The Derner Institute, NY. She currently lives in New York City and is working on her debut book, scheduled to be published in Fall 2024, on Toxic Productivity (PESI). You can connect with her and find out more about her work on or on Instagram