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Motivation for Change: Small steps for lasting change

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Making a change can make you feel excited – or overwhelmed or scared of failure. Understanding habits, behavior change, and where you are in that process can help make you more successful. This webinar can help prepare you for taking small steps toward a change you want to make.

Join Keizer Permanente in Motivation for Change: Small steps for lasting change

Making a change can make you feel excited – or overwhelmed or scared of failure. Understanding habits, behavior change, and where you are in that process can help make you more successful. This webinar can help prepare you for taking small steps toward a change you want to make. We’ll review tools and resources to develop SMART goals and action plans. You’ll also discuss common barriers to change, and how to problem solve and deal with setbacks.

KP June

This Keizer Permanente webinar will take place on Monday June 23rd at 12 pm. To join the live class on Monday, June 23rd, go to our Sunday Parkways Facebook page or join directly through zoom.  Click here to watch through Zoom. 

Want to know more about you hosts?

Kara Lee started her Public Health career in 2000 with the American Red Cross, South Florida Chapter, as a certified HIV/AIDS Health Educator, has worked both in research and the clinical setting, and has been a Health Educator and Counselor in Florida, Oregon, Kenya, East Africa and Ghana, West Africa (in her work with the US Peace Corps). Kara earned a bachelor’s degree in Social Work from the University of Florida (1998), and a Master’s in Public Health from Portland State University with an emphasis in Nutrition & Health Behaviors (2010). Additionally, Kara holds a certification in Plant-Based Nutrition through Cornell University and has been a plant-based educator, coach & devout follower herself since 2011. Kara’s passion is working with patients to prevent and/or manage chronic conditions through their food choices. In her spare time, Kara loves goofing around with her two young, funny, and very bossy daughters, biking, running, hiking, and performing down-right silly shenanigans live with an Improv group in Portland, Oregon.

Tammy Kepple has been with Kaiser Permanente since 1991—primarily in the realm of disease prevention. With a bachelor’s degree in Health Education and Health Promotion, she has pursued a passion for building and supporting sustainable employer group health and wellness programs. In 2018 she attained her MBA in Healthcare Management highlighting her skills and experience in healthcare, project management, and leadership. 

Missed the class?  Catch the video recording afterward.

This free event is brought to you by #SundayParkwaysatHome, presented by Kaiser Permanente.