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Care for Caregivers - Resilience tools for Healthcare Workers
During the Covid-19 crisis people are talking about the demands of healthcare workers.
But few talking about a potential mental health crisis facing health care workers on the frontlines of this pandemic.

STRESSED by the challenges caring for others during this prolonged response to COVID-19?
ATTEND THIS FREE EVENT: "Care for Caregivers - Resilience tools for Healthcare Workers"
Know any stressed healthcare workers? Share these event dates. Sharing is caring.

Thursday April 23, 2020 7:00 - 8:30 pm.

We know from studies during the SARS epidemic that quarantine has a serious effect on the mental health of health care workers. It predicted symptoms of acute stress disorder, depression, and alcohol abuse. Even three years later, quarantine was associated with post-traumatic stress symptoms, which were, again, more severe in health care workers. As a result, many experienced avoidance behaviors and sought to minimize contact with patients. Some didn’t report back to work at all.

Uncertainty and change can be unsettling and stressful. In fact our brains are wired to fear it. They like familiarity and patterns. They also like to focus on problems and the potholes in life.
However, you don't have to stay in any fear, stress, or anxiety that you are experiencing in these uncertain times. STOP STRESSING! Learn to live your future with a mindset of abundance, joy and resilience.
Your guide for this event is:
Keith Engelhart A.S., B.A., MYT
Keith is a member of the American Institute of Stress and he has been teaching Hatha Yoga and Meditation for over 30. In addition, he is a certified “Yoga2Life”™ Mentor Life Coach, and has a certificate in Neuroscience & Yoga in the Treatment of Complex, Developmental, or Repeated Trauma."

Join Keith to learn techniques and mindsets to build resilience during 2020's challenges, uncertainty and change.

Apr 23, 2020 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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