Do you live an energy efficient life?
How might your life be different if you were able to increase the amount of energy you felt each day and use this energy in more efficient ways? This talk invites you to consider how small changes in your day-to-day activities can lead to a more meaningful and fulfilling life. Understanding how change occurs allows us to approach old problems with new perspectives. This alternative point of view reveals that when basic needs are met consistently and routinely, we create a self-replenishing resource pool that supplies us with the energy needed to generate sustainable solutions for the challenges in our lives.
Jenna Glover received her PhD from Utah State University in clinical psychology. She works as a therapist at Avalon Hills, a residential eating disorder clinic in Paradise, UT. Prior to her work as a full time therapist, Jenna served as an assistant professor of psychology at Washburn University and USU. She is passionate about teaching and has focused her career on developing course content and therapeutic interventions that are pragmatic and useful.
Over the course of her academic career she has taught 17 different courses in psychology, including specialized topic areas in developmental, educational, interpersonal, and social psychology. Jenna passionately promotes the idea that psychology is an important discipline that has the power to change lives. She has been honored with awards for teaching excellence, service to students, and wellness.