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Sequence's media presence extends throughout multiple articles, publications, and videos. Explore below for insights and information from Sequence.

On Demand Videos

Our gift to you: Take our knowledge home with video programs to rent or download, created by our talented team:

Being Well: A 90 minute program for the personal care of you

Kick Start Your Career Search: Get your job search started right with guidance from Professional Career Coach Becky Roth, MSW, LMSW, CPC

More videos can be found on our Vimeo page here!

Interviews and Articles

Interviews & Articles

WPFW Radio Interview “MyNDTALK” with Our Director Kathleen Landers LCSW-C

Online Article From Thrive Global On Mindful Transitions

Women Business Owners of Maryland

The Muse, interview with Kathleen Landers

Executive Coaching Advise in Featured Articles:

PredictiveIndex.com

WorkandMoney.com

The National Institute of Health (NIH) Office of Intramural Training and Education

2020 Group Facilitator for The National Institute of Health (NIH) Office of Intramural Training and Education

In the summer of 2020, 10 Sequence providers served as online group facilitators for experiential learning scenarios for this live online event, the third National Institute of Health (NIH) Office of Intramural Training and Education "Train-the-Trainers" event. The events is for advisors, staff and faculty who provide career and professional development programming and guidance to graduate students and postdoctoral researchers in the biomedical sciences. Topics covered mental health awareness, resilience, career and wellness as well as as a lecture and discussion series on the impact of racism and xenophobia on the professional environments of the biomedical field.

The New York Academy of Sciences- Mental Wellness and Health Webinar

In September 2020, three of our staff members presented this webinar in conjunction with the New York Academy of Sciences!

The pressure, competition and stress experienced by graduate students puts them at high risk of mental health issues. The lack of effective mentoring, uncertainty of jobs post graduation, toxic work environment, and limited community support takes its toll and causes several scientists to deal with anxiety and depression. Often graduate students are expected to self-identify methodologies of coping with this pressure and their lack of understanding and low access to professional guidance impacts their professional and personal growth.


In this webinar you will learn:

  • What we know about mental health and wellness amongst the Graduate Community?
  • Ways in which you can cope with anxiety and depression?
  • Resources to understand and balance work stress

Click here to access the webinar!

Profile from Bethesda Magazine's 2016 Women In Business

Sample guided meditation video, more can be found on our Vimeo video site