We are excited to announce the return of our Health Talks series in partnership with CLANNAD Counselling & Consulting. This upcoming webinar series, Health Talks: Mind Matters – Well-being in the Community, will feature mental health and wellness.
In the fourth installment of the series, recorded June 8th 2021, Michelle MacIsaac from CLANNAD and Ellen Crowley from the VRH Foundation explore the topic of being in a relationship during the Pandemic. Couples have been potentially in a lockdown situation, for better or worse.
Watch now as Michelle and Ellen discuss strategies on how couples can ‘get into the green zone’ and connect for the better!
In the third instalment, recorded May 26, 2021, Michelle MacIsaac from CLANNAD and Ellen Crowley from VRH Foundation explore the topic of Teens & Youth in a Pandemic.
The pandemic has brought long periods of isolation coupled with an increased use of technology. This might sound like the daily life of a teenager pre-pandemic, but youth and teens are struggling now more than ever.
Watch now as Michelle and Ellen discuss strategies for teens and youth to help manage their priorities, for parents to know when to step in and when to step back; as well as tools that can help out your community of teens right now.
In the second installment of the series, recorded in May 2021, Michelle MacIsaac from CLANNAD and Ellen Crowley from VRH Foundation explore the topic of Parenting during the Pandemic. As a caregiver, are you in a constant struggle between balancing your responsibilities and feeling the weight of the current lockdown? Do you know what anxiety looks like in your children?
Watch now as Michelle and Ellen discuss strategies for not only coping as parents and caregivers, but also ways to mitigate our anxieties — to help our children manage theirs. Learn about the importance of touchstone opportunities, being solid but not stoic, and the permission to have a “good enough” threshold.
For our first Health Talk, recorded in April 2021, Michelle MacIsaac from CLANNAD and Ellen Crowley from VRH Foundation explored the topic of Strategies and Coping Through Pandemic Fatigue.
Pandemic fatigue can occur when people get tired of the pandemic measures and become less likely to follow public health practices or simply begin to drown out those messages. A natural sense of burnout can happen due to the prolonged period of time of navigating public health measures. Pandemic fatigue can be expressed differently by everyone, as can their coping mechanisms.
Watch now to find out what kind of permission you need to give yourself right now; how to be a sensory detective and why it’s important for your well being; and why PIVOT might be a bad word!
If you would like to join in the future of shaping these conversations, we are welcoming ideas for our next series topic regarding Mind Matters — Well-being in the Community. Complete the survey below and stay tuned!
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