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Caring for you in mind, body, and spirit

Emotional well-being is essential to your overall health. Positive mental health allows you to realize your full potential, cope with the stressors of life, and work productively. But when the stressors of life are overwhelming, your emotional health can be challenged. Please know that we’re committed to helping you achieve and maintain optimal mental, physical, and emotional health. Here are emotional well-being resources to support you. 
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Public Emotional Wellbeing Resources​​​


Emotional Well-Being Month

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Our daily lives have drastically changed because of the COVID-19 coronavirus. Our comfortable routines, usual stress relievers, and frequent social interactions have been taken away and replaced by an unfamiliar and perhaps distressing new reality. This abrupt "new normal" creates anxiety by itself because it's not what we're used to and largely not under our control; when we add in the weight of worries about our health and the health of those we care about, our financial concerns, and our fear of an uncertain future, the resulting stress can feel unmanageable. Here are some emotional well-being support resources that we hope will offer tangible ways to manage stress, reduce anxiety, and offer relief. This is not an exhaustive list and we will continue to add more resources as they are made available.

April Live Webinar: Introduction to Mindful Meditation

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Many of us are feeling very anxious due to the COVID-19 coronavirus because we are facing more uncertainty and stress than ever before. How can we stop from spiraling into a full-blown panic? Meditation offers the opportunity to slow down and halt the spiral. 

A recent study from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) showed that practicing mindful meditation effectively reduced anxiety. Because mindful meditation helps us to observe our mental and physical states in real time, we are able to be less reactive and more responsive during uncertain and frightening times. 

In this live webinar, a certified health coach and meditation teacher will discuss mindful meditation, take you through a practice of mindful meditation, and answer your questions in real time. If your family is at home with you, invite them to participate as well!  

Topic: Introduction to Meditation
Date: Thursday, April 9, 2020
Time: 11:00 am, EST
Register here ​​​​​

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