Join the Illinois Human Performance Project and Dr. Savannah Fernandez for the Fall Performance Clinic on November 17 from 7:30-8:30pm. We will discuss effective and supportive communication strategies for student athletes and youth. This presentation is intended to help provide ideas on how to create a safe and supportive performance culture. The skills that foster this type of culture include communication tactics, eating disorder awareness, and how to best support those who are struggling with mental health.Register Here: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAvc-CopzwqGNX6p1GrRvu2bpx2IlxM-LDr
More information can be found at https://ilhpp.org/events/performance-clinic-fall-2022
Dr. Savannah Fernandez is a clinical and sport psychological resident and holds her doctoral degree from Loyola University Maryland’s PsyD program, and her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Florida State University. Dr. Fernandez’s goal in working with others is to help increase self-compassion and self-love as one moves through life’s trials and tribulations. Additionally, she aims to foster self-empowerment, flexibility, and interpersonal connectedness with those around her.