Clinical research tells us that increased socialization and connecting with your community is recommended for dealing with anxiety, grief, and isolation. This is counter to our now established habits of masking and social distancing. As we transition to a post-Covid world, many of us are experiencing tremendous anxiety about what is to be. Along with this anxiety, many are experiencing grief both for how the world has changed and anticipatory grief about our uncertain future. In this learning program, we will discuss ways to cope with the anxiety, grief and isolation as we try to re-invent, re-imagine, and recover.
This one-hour program will be presented and facilitated by Nina Henry, LCPC, CADC, Addiction Specialist & Mental Health Educator. There is no fee for this program. Registration is required.
To register, and to receive ZOOM link, please contact JCFS Liaison Andrea Jacobs at [email protected]
**there will be a dial-in option for those without internet/access to Zoom