Maintaining your career/academic and personal life can get pretty hectic. Most of us can admit to having our school or work life intrude on our relationships or families and vice versa. Being able to strike a balance between your professional and personal lives can help you become more productive and less likely to burnout. This balancing act takes careful planning and preparation, but it is possible.

In this workshop, we will help you to understand the ways in which having a balance is important. We will help you get back to being you and not always feeling overworked, overwhelmed, and burnt out.


  • Learn how to let go of things
  • Establish boundaries at work and learn how to effectively say "No"
  • Prioritize your time
  • Be selfish about "me" time
  • Learn how to ask for help/ be open about your needs
  • Understand what really matters

FORMAT: On-Demand (Asynchronous). Learn from the comforts of your own home! This workshop is self-directed, and can be started or stopped at your leisure. You can pause or rewind at any time during the presentation. Digest the material entirely, go at your own pace and explore the teachings gradually

DURATION: 3-hour course

WHEN: Ongoing


INVESTMENT: $400 per person

Workshop Facilitator

Kelly Lewis-Arthur, Licensed Psychologist

Dr. Kelly M. Lewis-Arthur  is a Licensed Psychologist (Georgia and Washington DC) and the President of GlobeCoRe, Inc. with over 20 years of combined expertise in psychotherapy, coaching, psychological evaluation, workshops and trainings, and cultural immersion experiences across a number of topic domains. She is well published in these areas and has received numerous awards for her national and international work. Dr. Lewis-Arthur received her B.A. in Psychology from DePaul University and her M.A. and Ph.D. in Clinical-Community Psychology from Michigan State University. After completing her pre-doctoral residency at Yale University and her post-doctoral fellowship at Emory, Dr. Lewis-Arthur worked for several years as a consultant to the CDC and as a professor of Psychology at GSU and Walden University. She is currently an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Emory School of Medicine.

Dr. Lewis-Arthur has worked with individual, couples, family, group and organizational clients across a variety of settings including outpatient hospitals, clinics, university counseling centers, shelters, schools, public health agencies, community based mental health agencies, non-profits, and corporations.  As a recognized expert in empowerment and culturally relevant treatment approaches, her programs employ collaborative, safe, nurturing, and solution focused processes that facilitate positive growth and whole body wellness for children, adolescents, adults and aging populations. She works with clients to overcome adversity, secure fresh perspectives and new directions for the next phase of life.

 Her theoretical orientation is primarily systems-based with roots in interpersonal, CBT and solution-focused approaches . Essentially, she works with clients to facilitate individual and systems level change within a context that is empowering, culturally sensitive, interpersonal, solution focused and supportive of the cultural world view of those she works with. She has taught and mentored doctoral level clinicians-in-training and presented at national/international conferences and workshops on the topics of multi-cultural mental health, diversity and cross-cultural psychology, empowerment approaches to treatment, life and career coaching, family-systems therapy, community psychology and prevention, program evaluation, and women's issues. Dr. Kelly's hobbies include: traveling, exploring new cultures, cooking, spending time with family/friends, enjoying the outdoors and adventure activities and being near the water.

Establish boundaries at work and learn how to effectively say "No"
Be selfish about "me" time

Understand what really matters


For information about our Personal Development Workshops, please contact our office at:

(770) 284-1044