S.4 Ep.16 – Managing Stress and Mental Health in a Pandemic

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In this episode, we hear a recording of a virtual event called It Has Been a Tough 17 Months: Managing Stress and Mental Health in a Pandemic. We also talk about what we’ve been reading.

In this episode, Abby and Abby talked about reading:

They also talked about JMRL’s What Do I Read Next? service.

Next, we’ll hear a recording of a virtual event called It Has Been a Tough 17 Months: Managing Stress and Mental Health in a Pandemic.

Over the past 17 months, many of us saw our lives turned upside down as we navigated the uncertainties tied to COVID-19, and the many new stresses and responsibilities that followed. Even as things get “back to normal,” it is natural to still feel like you’re on an emotional roller-coaster. In this virtual presentation, Dr. Bethany Teachman, Professor of Psychology at UVA, talks about strategies to support mental health and manage anxiety, sadness, guilt and anger during this stressful time, as well as ways to seek help for yourself or loved ones

Watch the video of this event here, and find recordings of JMRL’s other virtual programs here.

Find out about upcoming virtual and in-person events here.

Follow JMRL’s progress through the tiers of the JMRL COVID-19 Response Plan.

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