Improving your mental wellness
In challenging times, it’s particularly important to look after your own mental wellness. This may require an active effort on your part to utilize practices that contribute to good mental health. Learn more in this month’s newsletter.
Mental Skills Bootcamp: Performing at Your Best! │ Wednesday, February 10
Join this webinar to:
- Develop a growth mindset
- Maintain motivation and overcome obstacles
- Leverage your strengths and the strengths of others
NEW! COVID-19 tip sheets also attached:
Tip sheet: How to comfort and support others during the pandemic – Grieving the loss of a family member, friend or colleague is difficult. The pandemic has made it even harder for many people to cope. Those who have lost loved ones to COVID-19 or other illnesses may face additional grief and sadness. Infection control restrictions have left them unable to visit or say goodbye. Moreover, traditional wakes and funeral services have been modified or eliminated due to social distancing and limits on the size of gatherings, changing the way people can comfort and support each other. Learn more in this tip sheet.
Tip sheet: 7 Tips to strengthen your mental health during the pandemic – There is no question that the pandemic has affected the mental health of Americans of all ages. We have experienced months of social isolation, job changes and unemployment, school closures and other disruptions. This has led to a surge in the number of people reporting high levels of stress, anxiety and depression. Given the uncertainty of when life will return to normal, finding ways to manage negative emotions and strengthen your mental health is important. Learn more in this tip sheet.
NEW! How to cope with stress caused by current events tip sheet
Anxiety is a normal response to a constant barrage of bad news. Headlines and notifications related to recent events are taking their toll on mental health in what some call “headline stress disorder.” Learn more in this tip sheet.