The Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce is offering business resource webinars throughout the month of July.
For more information or to register, see below.
Managing Your Mental Health Wellness During Uncertain Times
When: Monday, July 13, at 11:00 a.m.
During this pandemic, our minds and mental strength have been put to the test, both personally and professionally. Our mental health allows us to determine how we handle stress and make healthy choices.
Join Dr. Leanor Johansen, Clinical Psychologist, with the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health as she presents Resilience: Managing your Mental Health & Wellness During Uncertain Times. This presentation is for business professionals, students, and members of the community at large as we all learn to navigate through new challenges by maintaining our own mental health and well being. Come and learn techniques designed to cope through the pandemic by staying physically and mentally healthy and safe.
This presentation will cover:
– Managing your mental health and well being
– Exploring the relationship between mind and body wellness
– Developing coping skills and tools
– Recognizing symptoms of fear and anxiety and what to do
– Creating a healthy work at home environment
– TIPS for parents or students living together while quarantined
– TIPS for managing the quarantine alone or with pets
– Fears related to COVID and unemployment
– Reopening your business safely
– Mental Health Resources
If you have any questions, please submit them ahead of time by emailing email@example.com. All questions will be anonymous.
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