“Undoubtedly, one of our highest rated speakers." — Loma Linda University Health
It’s the unpaid, invisible work we do to keep those around us comfortable and happy. Emotional labor is the unseen, unnoticed, unwaged, unwritten, unanticipated work – at home and in the paid workforce. Many examples of Emotional Labor will be found as you go through this survey.
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The entire survey will take approximately 15-20 minutes to complete and is completely anonymous. As a token of my appreciation, you’ll receive a link to a FREE PDF copy of my (1st!) book, Psychic Debris, Crowded Closets: The Relationship Between the Stuff in Your Head and What’s Under Your Bed, (3rd Ed).
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“Takes an intimidating concept and breaks it down into a step-by-step process.”
— Julia Sanchez
"Regina facilitated our most successful brain collective to date! The participants were so engaged that most of them stayed on past the allotted time to hear more. She had amazing content with breakout sessions and answered questions throughout her presentation, making it extremely fun and interactive. If you are considering Regina for your next event, don’t wait! Just book her! She won’t disappoint and her content is needed now more than ever."
— A.J. MacQuarrie Director of Special ProgramsNational Speakers Association L.A.
A recognized expert and an engaging and energetic speaker, Dr. Regina Lark regularly educates and engages audiences at conferences and in companies on topics such as women’s leadership, time management, productivity, and more.
Dr. Regina Lark can help your organization navigate the role gender plays in employee productivity, engagement, and performance. In large or small groups, Regina supports teams and individuals as they work through their mental clutter to overcome procrastination, poor time management, and disorganization.
A natural on television or live streaming video, radio or podcasts, Dr. Regina Lark's expertise, intelligence, and perspective are in high demand.
- Chronic disorganization
- Executive function and ADHD
- Psychological connections between clutter and shame
- Special organizing needs of people with ADD, ADHD, autism and Asperger’s Syndrome
- Time management
- Women, emotional labor, mental load, and the workplace
- Workplace productivity
Psychic Debris: The Relationship Between The Stuff In Your Head And What’s Under Your Bed
Is a cluttered closet a manifestation of a cluttered mind? Psychic Debris explores the relationship between the stuff in our head and what’s under our bed. Filled with narrative, analysis, and space for reflection, the book guides readers to consider their connection to clutter and its impact on the body, mind, and spirit.
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Emotional Labor: Why Women’s Work is Never Done and What to do About It
Emotional labor is the unseen, unnoticed, unwaged, unwritten work women do in the home and in the paid workforce. Largely invisible, the mental load of emotional labor weighs heavily on the shoulders of women yet the value is huge. It produces happiness, order, organization, family coherence and harmony and a well-functioning home. It produces socialized kids and promotes comfort, compassion and sympathy. The accepted narrative is that emotional labor is “women’s work” and as the saying goes, “a woman’s work is never done.” Emotional Labor: Why Women’s Work is Never Done and What to Do About It disrupts the narrative. It examines women’s relationship to emotional labor through the lens of history up to and including the COVID-19 era. Included tools and exercises promote dynamic dialogues, prepare for emotional labor over a lifetime, and foster a more equitable sharing of emotional labor. Forthcoming Fall 2021.