April 13, 2020
COVID-19 has profoundly impacted our normal lives, causing feelings of confusion, stress and fear. Now more than ever, it is important to take care of our mental health. One important way is to better understand how our nervous systems respond to these feelings, and to adopting strategies that soothe our nervous systems.
In this workshop, we’ll talk about how your nervous system responds to stress and threat, and how understanding this can help you be more intentional and effective in your self-care. This interactive workshop will incorporate mindfulness and breathing activities throughout the hour, and you will leave with concrete next steps and a self care plan.
Date: Monday, April 13
Time: 7:00pm Central Time
Register on Zoom: https://bit.ly/2UHH9gB
About the Speaker
Kelin is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker providing trauma-informed psychotherapy to individuals & families independently and at the YWCA, where she works with sexual violence survivors. Kelin enjoys helping people create a space to dissolve shame around painful experiences, unlearn patterns that no longer work, and connect to their dreams and values. Kelin received her B.A. in Laws, Letters and Society, and Latin American Studies, and her M.A. in Clinical Social Work from the University of Chicago.
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