Coping with the COVID-19 Crisis:
Managing Mental Health and Building Resilience
A webinar workshop led by Deena Chochinov, Counsellor and Consultant.
Thursday, September 17th from 10:00 to 11:00 am Pacific Time
Living in the time of COVID, many of us are dealing with uncertainty, fear, grief and anxiety. These intense emotions, coupled with our forced social isolation, are challenging our mental and physical health.
In this workshop, counsellor and consultant Deena Chochinov offers accessible information and the latest research on these mind-body effects, and provides simple, practical and actionable tools to recognize, manage and relieve the strains on our mental health. Attendees are invited to ask questions and share comments afterward.
For over 25 years, Deena has worked as a consultant, coach and counsellor with people and organizations seeking meaningful change. Trained by world-renowned leaders in the fields of psychology and organizational development—including Virginia Satir and William Bridge—she draws from a broad repertoire of skills to produce sustainable outcomes for each client.
Deena is a Registered Clinical Counsellor with a private practice in Vancouver, Canada. She works with individuals, couples and families and uses a variety of therapeutic approaches to help clients find the balance and well being they desire. She also consults with businesses, non-profits and public-sector organizations, focusing on leadership, human resources and change management. Deena has a Master’s in Counselling Psychology from the University of Manitoba and a Post-Master’s in Family Therapy from the University of Pennsylvania and the Philadelphia Child Guidance Clinic. She is a designated Family Enterprise Advisor, a member of the Estate Planning Council of Vancouver and the BC OD Network, and is certified to use a wide range of psycho-educational and organizational development tools.
Please click on the link below to view the webinar recording.
This was the first in a series of free live webinars brought to you by the JCCV.