Over the last few months, I have noticed a significant increase in the phenomenon of “FOGO” or Fear of Going Out in my work with individuals. Re-entering society after everything we’ve been through can be tough. Here’s an interesting article about this.
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It seems that the latest public health restrictions in response to the latest wave of COVID have hit many people really hard. Lots of people feel disappointed and stressed that the pandemic is still going on and restrictions are still being imposed.
If you feel like that, here are five stress excellent stress management tools:
Have you ever felt annoyed by someone being annoyingly positive, to the point where it can feel invalidating of genuine and real but difficult feelings? This is a great article about an antidote: tragic optimism. Take a look!
Here is an excellent collection of handouts and other resources about how to stay mentally well and healthy during the COVID crisis. The list was developed by the Canadian Psychological Association.
As our inaugural online course, we are delighted to announce the forthcoming “Coping with COVID” course. The course is geared towards helping individuals better manage the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. It will consist of several modules covering topics like healthy habits, media consumption, and lots of strategies to make coping with the pandemic easier.
Let me introduce myself: I am Dr. Joachim Sehrbrock and I am thrilled to announce the founding of Alethea Services. The primary purpose of Alethea Services will be promoting mental health and wellbeing through psychological services and educational programming like online and live workshops.
For the time being, Alethea Services will focus on providing psychological services. The first priority for subsequent expansion is to create online trainings and workshops to address the mental health and wellbeing needs as part of the COVID-19 crisis. In this light, a course on “Coping with COVID” is underway and will go online soon. So stay tuned!
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