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Wed, Feb 24


Zoom Webinar, Facebook Live

La Suprema Lunch: Pillars of Self Care: How to make lasting changes

Tara Gunther, Psy. D. shares her expertise in psychology and integrative health through seven pillars of wellness. You'll walk away with a personalized plan for self-care that lasts.

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La Suprema Lunch: Pillars of Self Care: How to make lasting changes
La Suprema Lunch: Pillars of Self Care: How to make lasting changes

Time & Location

Feb 24, 2021, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

Zoom Webinar, Facebook Live

About the Event

Join us for La Suprema Lunch - A virtual workshop to help our community grow, both personally and professionally. 

Now that we’ve managed to survive the chaos of 2020, it’s time to consider a vision of health and wellness by setting new powerful intentions. We will explore the importance of making changes and how to make simple lasting changes.  

Pillars of self-care we will explore during the hour:

  • Sleep
  • Nutrition
  • Movement
  • Relationships
  • Environment
  • Spirituality
  • Resilience

About Tara:

Tara Gunther lives in Allison Park, Pennsylvania with her husband, Matthew, and their two amazing kids, Abby (11) and Kenny (9). Tara was raised in Wisconsin and moved to Chicago after college. An internship landed her in Kansas City, Missouri, where she met her husband. Tara and her family relocated in 2015 to Pittsburgh from Kansas City. For relaxation and fun, she enjoys cooking, reading, crocheting, yoga and barre classes, and hiking trails around her house.   

Tara believes self-care and interpersonal growth are non-negotiable facets of life. Tara received her master’s and doctoral degrees in Clinical Psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology/Chicago and completed her postdoctoral internship at Western Missouri Mental Health Center in Kansas City, MO. Having completed programs in physician leadership at both T.H. Chan School of Public Health at Harvard and Bloch School of Management at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, she worked extensively in the field of primary care behavioral health integration. She developed expertise in working with patients in Sleep Medicine, Gastrointestinal Disorders, Diabetes, and Primary Care.  

Tara has also lectured extensively on trauma and how to implement trauma-sensitive practices within medical and community settings.  Most recently, she became a National Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach after completing the Integrative HealthCoach Certification through the University of Arizona Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine. Currently, Tara runs a private practice specializing in anxiety and stress management and integrative health and wellness coaching.

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