This presentation will be limited to 50 participants
Pandemic Fatigue: Practical tools and considerations for those who support children and youth
Times of crisis can have long term effects on an individual’s mental and emotional well-being. We know that with the right support, adversity can build resiliency and contribute towards robust and successful individuals. This workshop will offer practical skills for caregivers, parents and those who support youth. It will offer insight, tools and solution focused approaches that aim to alleviate stress, address anxieties and help to navigate difficult feelings and conversations. It will also offer caregivers and parents some insight into the importance of attachment, connections and how to navigate the world and relationships in which those important things have suddenly become compromised. And it will offer practical suggestions for activities, options, hopefulness, expectations – what can be awesome and what can be good enough.
Presenter: Cheryl Cohan BA, MMFT, RMFT.
Cheryl is a therapist, anthropologist, program facilitator. Cheryl specializes in individual, couple and family therapy, systems theories, trauma informed care, attachment, recovery, wellness and spiritual care. She is also director of a horticultural therapy center that specializes in rural retreats and nature focused programming.
A Zoom link will be provided once you have registered.