Mental Health Resources
COVID-19 has caused a massive shift in our day-to-day lives; health concerns, business closures, schools suspended, physical distancing and lack of supplies. All of this uncertainty has undoubtedly led to increased feelings of loneliness and heightened anxiety.
Sheilah Cameron, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and Director of the New Life Counseling Center wants to provide you with tools to cope and manage your mental health during this sensitive time.
Parenting & Working From Home During A Pandemic
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, many working parents are finding themselves in new and rather stressful roles. Sheilah Cameron, LMFT and Director of the New Life Counseling Center discusses these stressors and provides ways to shift expectations to reduce stress during this time of parenting and working from home.
Staying Connected While Social Distancing
While it’s crucial that we continue to practice physical distancing to flatten the curve, it’s equally important to remain socially connected to others. Here are some ways to curb feelings of loneliness during the COVID19 crisis.
10 Tips on How to Maintain Sobriety
As we practice social distancing measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19, many might be worried about maintaining their sobriety without the accountability of attending recovery meetings. Luckily, there are still many ways to stay engaged in your recovery despite being physically apart from others. Here are 10 tips to help you maintain sobriety during this odd time.
Try These Exercises to Relax Muscle Tension
It is understandable that you may be feeling anxious in the midst of this pandemic - this is a perfectly normal reaction to this uncertain time. In this video, we share some Progressive Muscle Relaxation techniques to help you relax your tense muscles.