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Building YOUR Resilience through Psychology, Mindfulness, and Self Compassion

The full impact of the COVID-19 is multi-faceted and impacts us in a variety of ways. Healthcare professionals predict a “Second Wave” in the form of negative mental health consequences, as a result of the adversities we are all facing. Using research-validated cognitive behavioral psychology strategies, participants can build daily habits that increase their resilience, and help them not just survive, but THRIVE, during the uncertainty of the ongoing pandemic.

Workshop Time and Date: Sunday, Nov. 22 at 5 p.m. CT
Workshop Lead: Karen Lehman ’90

Meet Karen

Karen Lehman is a licensed clinical psychologist in Santa Barbara, California, in private practice. She also is the chair of her county Psychological Association's Disaster Response Team and COVID Task Force, and represents her county at the California State Disaster Response Network, and county Department of Health's Community Wellness Team. She has extensive experience in teaching at the community, university, and professional level. She plans to share some timely information on mindfulness, compassion, and self-care during the current duel COVID-19 and mental health pandemic.

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Sunday November 22
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
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