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Sun, Dec 13, 2020 at 2:00 PM
Even before COVID, stress was an inescapable part of all of our lives. While some stress is good, too much can easily have long lasting effects on our health (physical and mental). And now that we are all dealing with COVID and its fallout, everyone’s stress levels are through the roof. In addition, we have all seen stories about people being worried or feeling anxious. What does this mean to your well-being? To your family’s well-being? During this one hour workshop, we will explore answers to the following questions:
- How is stress related to worry and anxiety? And depression? When should we worry (about ourselves, a friend, a family member)?
- What can you do when you find yourself on the verge of a stress-related outburst?
- What are changes you can make that will limit the stress you are experiencing and to develop a preventative strategy that puts you in control?
- And, finally, how can you help your family members grapple with these same problems, no matter their age?
Ideal for parents and caregivers of children of all ages.
Workshops will be offered via Zoom and is currently scheduled for:
Sunday December 13th from 1:00 – 2:00 pm.
If you are interested in participating in this session, please email [email protected] to request a zoom link.
If you are interested in this topic but unable to make these sessions, please email [email protected] with some dates and times that you are available so that we can try and schedule a workshop that will be convenient for you.
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