The Children's and Youth Mental Health Committee of the Diocese of North Carolina recently offered a series of webinars to assist parents in helping children (and themselves) deal with grief, stress and anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic. But every adult, regardless of marital or parental status, is dealing with this stress, so this series has been expanded to include a presentation for every adult who could use some suggestions or guidance on managing the stress of living in a very stressful time.
The presentation will be followed by time for Q&A. Though questions will be shared freely at the time of the live webinar, a recording of only the presentation will be made following its completion.
This webinar will not be simulcast on Facebook Live, so if this is a topic of interest and you would like the chance to ask questions, please be sure to register.
The presenters: Mollee Reitz and Lisa Cashion
Mollee Reitz is a nationally certified counselor (NCC) & licensed clinical mental health counselor (LCMHC). She received her master's degree in Counseling from Wake Forest University in 2015. She has worked as an outpatient therapist, a school-based therapist, a school counselor, a private practice therapist & a wellness director. She currently works as the Wellness Director at Christ Church, Charlotte, where she provides to children, adolescents, adults & families short-term counseling, mental health & wellness educational opportunities & advocacy.
Lisa Cashion is a licensed clinical mental health counselor who practices in Charlotte and attends Christ Church, Charlotte.