Coping with the Stress of Reopening

A 1 Hour Webinar to Help You Adjust to the "New Normal"

Coping with the Stress of Reopening

Location(s)

Washington, D.C., Northern Virginia, New York, NY

Intended For

Adults

Date/Time

Monday July 13th, 1:00pm ET

DESCRIPTION:

It is important to acknowledge the universal psychological, physical, and cognitive impact from the chronic stress caused by the pandemic. We are all reassessing and recalibrating our “new normal” whether it is for work, school, religious observation, or socialization to name only a few activities. Many of us are doing this with reduced resources, whether financial or logistical, while unable to engage in our normal stress relieving outlets like the gym and social gatherings. Now more than ever it is important to be engaging in healthy coping to help manage our stress as well as boost our resilience.

Attendees will acquire skills that boost resilience and help cope with transitioning to and navigating the “New Normal”.

Skills will include:

  • Building a strong support network of healthy relationships
  • Engaging in a lifestyle that promotes physical health
  • Daily practices that promote psychological well-being
  • Living a life that aligns with values and has purpose
  • Utilizing healthy and active coping strategies that support self-efficacy and healthy thinking

COST:

$10. Proceeds will be donated to The Jed Foundation, an organization that promotes emotional health and prevents suicide in teens and young adults. With all the additional stress and uncertainty it the world at this time, it is important to protect those most vulnerable.

Dr. Casillo shares strategies for boosting resilience in this blog post: Five Tips to Boost Your Resilience during the ‘New Normal’ of Reopening:  READ MORE

Facilitators

  • Stacia Casillo , PsyD

    Psychologist - Director, NY

    New York, N.Y.

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