OKWIT | OKWIT February Virtual Event: Self-Love & Self-Care Strategies in 2021
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OKWIT February Virtual Event: Self-Love & Self-Care Strategies in 2021

OKWIT February Virtual Event: Self-Love & Self-Care Strategies in 2021

When:
February 24, 2021 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm America/Chicago Timezone
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Oklahoma Women in Technology invites you to a virtual self-love/self-care event on February 24 @ 12pm, with guest speaker Jordan M.Pyle!

About this Event

Oklahoma Women in Technology invites you to our ‘Self-Love & Self-Care Strategies’ virtual event for February 2021! Guest speaker, Jordan M. Pyle will share key strategies & activities that you can fit into your daily life to promote a healthy balance of self-love & self-care in these unprecedented times. Registration is required.

Ticket price for non-members or ‘Friends of OKWIT’ members: $10

‘Advocate’ and ‘Contributing Executive’ members receive two free tickets. One for you and a friend. When you register for the event, use your Member ID (located in the top left-hand corner of your OKWIT emails) as the promo code and register up to two attendees at no cost. Want to become a member today? Visit https://okwomenintech.org/membership/ to learn more about our different levels.

About our Speaker:

Jordan Mackenzie Pyle, M.S., is a doctoral student in the Counseling Psychology program at the University of Central Arkansas. She specializes in treating children, adolescents, and family units who have experienced trauma or exhibit problematic sexual behaviors related to maltreatment. Jordan also believes in bringing awareness to mind/body connection within the therapeutic experience. Jordan utilizes a Rogerian person-centered approach and believes in incorporating each client’s unique cultural and personal factors to help the client feel empowered and in control of their mental health journey.

Jordan completed a master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from the University of Central Arkansas in 2019 and her bachelor’s degrees in both Psychologies and Forensic Science from the University of Central Oklahoma in 2015. For the past seven years, she has presented research at national, regional, and local conferences on topics ranging from child maltreatment to multicultural competencies in therapy. She was recently named the 2020 recipient of UCA’s Outstanding Graduate Instructor Award for her work with undergraduate students. After completing her doctorate, Jordan plans to further her passion for trauma work by contributing to evidence-based trauma/problematic sexual behavior treatments for individuals and their families. By doing so, she hopes to one day help break the cycle of abuse. In her spare time, Jordan enjoys naps and spending time in Oklahoma with her fiancé and their two cats.