As we grapple with the everyday realities that COVID-19 continues to bring us, the important challenge of safeguarding our mental health has been brought to the forefront.
More and more people are beginning to not just acknowledge the importance of mental health, but a lot are now willing to proactively take steps in preserving and maintaining it.
What we face right now is unprecedented and we can agree that a lot of us feel that we have been thrown the biggest curveball ever imagined. And what is more overwhelming is that for the most part, the end of this bewildering situation is not yet in sight.
We hear bleak news every day, but stories of triumphs are seemingly few and far between. It’s like we do not run out of reasons to feel fear and anxiety. There are also no breakthroughs to celebrate.
Truly, this pandemic may have a general and collective impact, yet the individual experiences that play out are varied and ever-changing. People’s feelings, on a day to day basis, can run the gamut from overly optimistic to desperately grim.
Thankfully, however, we do not have to navigate these turbulent and confusing times alone. Mental health practitioners and advocates have widened their reach and made their services more accessible.
No matter what your background is—whether you are a working professional, a parent, or a business leader—if you want to learn how to manage stress and anxiety during these uncertain times, this webinar is for you.
Attendees will learn to:
- Recognize the common stressors caused by the pandemic
- Identify available support strategies
- Discover practical tips to support yourself, your loved ones, and your colleagues