Grieving and Anxiety During COVID - The Perfect Storm
COVID has brought so many changes and feelings, including worries, various forms of grief, and anxiety. Join us for a talk with psychologist, Dr. Paul Malone, as he shares the latest information on the personal impact of this pandemic and how to rebuild and support ourselves and each other.
Time & Location
Mar 16, 2021, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT
Zoom - link provided at registration
About The Event
Almost all aspects of our lives were unexpectedly disrupted. Many of the things that gave us a sense of safety, security, predictability and calm were taken away virtually overnight. Over 40% of us are now struggling with “Coronavirus Anxiety”, a specific mental health problem unknown one year ago. This horrific pandemic happened in the context of increased levels of hatred, conflict and violence within our country. Our medical systems and mental health systems are nearly overwhelmed. We need to rebuild our old support systems and find new ways to support each other.
You are invited to join and share with us on March 16th as we talk with Dr. Paul Malone. Dr. Malone has been a licensed clinical psychologist for over 50 years. His training and experience include community mental health interventions and family therapy. He will share some of the latest information on dealing with the personal consequences of the pandemic and start the process of building a virtual community of care where we can learn to support each other virtually.”