Dr. Anne Zachry, one of our ProSquad experts, is offering a new course: Living Your Most Authentic Life.
How many hats do you wear in an average day? The list is probably quite long: parent, spouse, chef, employee, chauffeur, housekeeper, and many more.
You dedicate countless hours to your many responsibilities. Don't forget to dedicate time for yourself.
For a head start, sign up for Dr. Zachry's course, Living Your Most Authentic Life. The course will help you gain a clear perspective of your strengths, vulnerabilities, beliefs, emotions, and motivators. Anne provides weekly exercises, activities, audio excerpts, and images that can be used to develop a deeper understanding of yourself, as well as how to discover true joy.
As soon as you sign up for the course (you choose how much you want to pay), your first lesson will be available. The remaining lessons will be emailed to you weekly.
Course topics include:
- The Path to Self-Discovery — Learn how to become more aware of your thoughts, behaviors, and actions.
- Understanding and Dealing with Discontent — Discover how discontent can be used as a positive, driving force in your life.
- How to Live Passionately — Tap into your creative side to experience flow and passion.
- Mortality: The Gift That Keeps on Giving — Learn how to accept the aging process, as well as mortality, in order to truly give of yourself without reservation.
- The Gift of Love — Find love through forgiveness, giving to others, prayer, and meditation.
- Your Soul's True Joy — Realize who you were created to be and begin to live your true purpose.
Developmental Pro, Anne Zachry
Anne Zachry, Ph.D. is a pediatric occupational therapist, child development specialist and mother of three. She's had articles published on Parenthood.com, Pregnancy & Newborn Magazine online, has written a parenting course for Daily OM, and writes for a variety of regional parenting magazines.
Dr. Zachry's research has been published in national peer-reviewed journals, including The Southern Medical Journal, The American Journal of Occupational Therapy, and The Occupational Therapy Journal of Research, and she's had articles published in her profession's trade magazines, Advance and OT Practice. She is a member of the American Occupational Therapy Association, and she has also given numerous presentations to parents and teachers on a variety of topics related to infant and childhood development.