I’m so proud of my latest VO project. It’s an 18-module continuing education narration I voiced on the topic of wellness. Wellness (i.e. managing stress, recovering from exposure to trauma, maintaining healthy sleep, diet & exercise and coping strategies for improving mental health) could not be a more relevant or necessary topic these days, right?!
Being chosen to deliver this course content was a privilege. I loved being able to contribute my conversational and engaging style. For my client, the pandemic had caused a scheduling problem, so obtaining the audio files to get this course produced and launched in a shortened time-frame was critically important. And with good reason! Offering continuing education to public-service workers to enhance overall wellness during a pandemic is urgent. Public-service workers must be knowledgeable about maintaining their optimal health in order to perform their best.
If your next eLearning project requires a trustworthy, conversational and engaging voice, I would love to collaborate. Let’s chat, and I’ll prepare a custom quote. I offer quick turnaround from my broadcast quality home studio.
One last thing: It’s striking that many people suffering from depression or anxiety don’t seek treatment because they’re embarrassed about talking to a psychologist, psychiatrist, etc. Don’t let fear or shame prevent you from seeking help when you feel overwhelmed; the consequences can be tragic. Talk to a friend or loved one. Reach out to a trusted colleague or clergy member, or seek professional counseling. It’s important to manage our mental health just as we would more visible, physical health issues. An excellent resource is www.NAMI.org. The NAMI Helpline can be reached at 1-800-950-NAMI (6264) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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