Mental Health Day

Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Fri, May 26 2017

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Boston, Massachusetts, United States Boston, Massachusetts, United States
#Business & Professional  #Career  #Conference

About our event

We can all use a break every now and again. Mental Health Day is a one-day online conference featuring presentations to help you maintain your personal sanity at work.

Presentations will feature topics such as interpersonal relationships, mindfulness, confidence building, boundary setting, work/life balance and more. The full schedule will be announced in March 2017, but early bird tickets are on sale now!

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Mental Health Day is a unique online conference focused on helping individuals in professional environments to better manage the stress and interpersonal issues that come with the day-to-day. The conference is online, meaning that it can be attended by an unlimited about of attendees all over the world. 

Expected attendance is 750-1000 participants. Sponsors will not only gain visibility with attendees but will also be actively promoted to a mailing list of 10,000 targeted subscribers and social media following of 21,000+. Sponsors in some packages will also be promoted during the event, with attendees being given an opportunity to opt in for more information creating an instant follow-up list of warm leads.

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Karlyn Borysenko is the Owner and Principal of Zen Workplace. An organizational psychologist by training, she works with businesses around the world to help them create amazing working environments for their teams by instilling highly practical mindfulness strategies that increase employee productivity as much as 35%. Karlyn also coaches individuals one-on-one and in group settings, and organizes online trainings and workshops. Mental Health Day is her latest event.

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