As the number of cases of coronavirus increases – so does people’s anxiety. It’s normal to feel anxious but it’s important to manage our anxiety levels.
“I’m not good at it but I practice it anyway.” This is Emory’s mentality when it comes to mindfulness. He has been practicing mindfulness for years and is far from perfect at it but it still works.
COVID-19 Opening Up: Respecting Different Approaches and Opinions Dr. Joti Samra May 29, 2020 Relationships Blog Resiliency Relationships Workplace Events & Announcements As workplaces and services open back up in British Columbia, we’re seeing differing...
Preparation for a coronavirus outbreak does not only mean preparing for our own personal safety but also for the safety of our clients. Here are some things for psychologists and counsellors to consider when it comes to coronavirus and clinical service delivery.
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