Trish Walden is a lifelong learner who made her career in health care administration for nearly 30 years where she led the senior care division, currently owned by Hartford HealthCare, a fully integrated healthcare delivery system with locations throughout CT and MA. Trish received multiple awards and recognitions for her work with seniors including the Leading Age CT Humanitarian Award, Hartford Business Journal’s 2013 Women in Business Award, and the YMCA’s Unsung Hero Award. She served as adjunct faculty at Quinnipiac University and Rensalaer Polytechnical Institute.
In 2015 Trish left corporate health care administration to pursue her strong passion for working with people using the principles of positive psychology. She completed a yearlong certificate course in positive psychology through the Wholebeing Institute in Massachusetts. Trish was selected to serve as a teaching assistant for the Certificate in Positive Psychology coursework for another year following the completion of her certification. Additionally Trish completed the Coaching Certification in Positive Psychology with Lynda Wallace through the Wholebeing Institute.
In 2016 Trish and her husband moved from central CT to Dunedin FL. She established A Positive Life in 2019, a coaching and consulting practice utilizing the principles of positive psychology. Trish is a Founding Member of the Dunedin Barefoot Business Women and has served with Hammers and Heels, a women’s homebuilding group within Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas County FL.
Because of Covid we have been in a time of unprecedented ‘pause’ in every area of what was previously considered normal life. This disruption has created many challenges and also many opportunities to re-examine our priorities and choices in life.
As we continue this time of reframing our lives and renewing our hope Trish invites us to consider what matters most and how we regain a sense of joy and well-being even in the midst of great change and challenge. Part of that process is discovering how to live our lives with little or no regret.
In this Happiness Club conversation Trish will help us answer three key questions that support living a life of peace and optimal joy: What is regret and is it possible to live without it? How does discovering our ‘north star’ contribute to living a life without regret? What can we learn from others who have come to the ends of their lives and expressed common themes of what they regretted most?
This uplifting informative discussion will help participants create a road map for being able to join Frank Sinatra in singing, “Regrets, I’ve had a few, but then again, too few to mention.”
Trish will share evidence-based practices and principles from her work in positive psychology and coaching to help you build a life without regret.
All are welcome!
Best in happiness and love,
Hartford Happiness Club
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