Here is another free event being presented by the Jefferson Center.

TOOLS TO THRIVE: HOW TO ACHIEVE BETTER MENTAL HEALTH
1. Facing the Unknown -- Learn how to combat depression during hard times, avoid and find help with substance abuse, and manage emotions in a healthy way.  
Many are now facing unemployment, the fear of being exposed to the virus in public, and all of us are anxiously waiting to see what happens next. During this time of unknowns, it is important to find healthy ways to cope, know how to leverage our strengths, and build resiliency to handle any situation life might throw our way.

Jefferson Center Clinician Angela Quinn will explore this topic on Wednesday, May 27 at 12 p.m. During this webinar, you will learn how to combat depression during hard times, how to avoid and find help with substance abuse, manage your emotions in a healthy way, and how to cope with anxiety as we face the unknown together.

Register at eventbrite.com/e/facing-the-unknown-tickets-105890653796…

 

 

ON DEMAND WEBINARS:
2. Finding Balance Webinar -- Sponsored by: The Golden Rotary -- Our “normal” life has been interrupted, and we are all dealing with more stress and anxiety. Some of us are now learning to work remotely, and many parents are learning the ins and outs of homeschooling. Others are dealing with the loss of a job, or the illness of loved ones. In addition to changes in routines, we are also working to keep ourselves healthy and managing relationships and many other responsibilities. It can easily become overwhelming, which is why learning to find balance and manage expectations during this time is so important. Join us as we explore what it means to find balance and manage expectations during COVID-19. WATCH THE WEBINAR: https://www.jcmh.org/webinar-how-to-find-balance-during-co…/

3. How to Stay Connected During COVID-19 -- Sponsored by: The Golden Rotary -- Whether you’re staying home right now because you’re quarantined, in a high-risk category, or to help prevent the spread of coronavirus, you might be feeling lonely and isolated and wondering, “How are we supposed to stay socially connected to friends and families when we can’t leave the house?” For those of us at home with family, how do we set healthy boundaries that allow for alone time? Learn new ways for coping with loneliness during isolation, along with tools and resources to help you get through this time of social distancing. WATCH THE WEBINAR: https://www.jcmh.org/webinar-how-to-stay-connected-during-…/

4. Parenting in a Digital World -- Technology brings us so many benefits and during this pandemic it has allowed us to telework, connect with family and friends, homeschool and more. But being home and out of school also means technology is presenting new challenges to parents as our kids are getting more screen time. The apps and that kids use can help them build each other up or they can be used to bully and shame others. How can you know what’s influencing your child? Join Jefferson Center Clinician Joel Smith as he provides tips and tricks on how to monitor kids’ usage of technology, manage screen time, and offer them support. WATCH THE WEBINAR:  https://www.jcmh.org/webinar-parenting-in-a-digital-age-2/

5. Healthy Ways to Manage Stress During COVID-19 -- Wednesday, May 6, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. -- We all deal with stress every day, but in the middle of an ongoing crisis, intensified stress can threaten to take over, causing an emotional and physical impact. Finding ways to cope and create stability are key to maintaining a better outlook. Join Jefferson Center Clinician Kathy Bauer for a webinar on stress management. You’ll learn how to manage your stress using different tools and resources, help kids and family learn how to manage stress, and learn how to cope when you’re feeling maxed out.  WEBINAR:  https://www.jcmh.org/webinar-parenting-in-a-digital-age-2/

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