COvid Conversations

WITH WHITE STONE RESOURCES

  • COVID CONVERSATIONS | ANXIETY + EMOTIONS
    WEBINAR: MAY 21, 7-8 PM

    White Stone Counseling Resources is leading us in this first of three webinars that we are calling COVID Conversations. 
    When was the last time you successfully navigated all the emotional twists and turns of a global pandemic? Yeah, us too! Whether it’s seeing daily statistics on infections and deaths, turbulence in the financial markets, instability with employment, or simply all the unknowns about what tomorrow might bring, it's common to experience anxiety and fear. So how do we manage those emotions well?

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  • COVID CONVERSATIONS | FAMILY + RELATIONSHIPS
    WEBINAR: THURSDAY, MAY 28, 7-8 PM

    White Stone Counseling Resources is leading us in this second of three webinars that we are calling COVID Conversations. 
    Whether it’s handling conflict between two screaming children, keeping yourself from exploding on your spouse, or trying not to be disappointed or offended by your extended family’s decision on how to handle life during this global pandemic, there is no shortage of ways that family relationships can frustrate or exhaust you during this unique time. At this webinar, we will be navigating how to handle our parenting, marriage, and other family relationships in ways that bring greater understanding and connection.

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  • COVID CONVERSATIONS | GRIEF + LOSS
    WEBINAR: THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 7-8 PM

    White Stone Counseling Resources is leading us in the last of three webinars that we are calling COVID Conversations. 

    As different parts of the country seek to “reopen,” we’re faced with the reality that what we are reopening to is not what we left behind just a couple of months ago. In facing the new realities before us, we are confronted not just with change, but loss….of work, income, security, routines, physical proximity to others, and maybe even the loss of a loved one. To process these losses well, we need to grieve well. No one likes to grieve, but it’s a process we need to learn to embrace so that we can appropriately move forward in a healthy way.


    Register HERE.