Webinar: Reducing Anxiety in Yourself and Others
Date(s) - 04/16/2020
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
With the extra personal and global stress emerging due to COVID-19, stress levels and anxiety have escalated. If you are a health care worker or caregiver, you may have the extra burden of dealing with your own anxiety as well as those of the people you serve. In additional, anxiety levels in families and communities is a palpable force that influences everyone’s entire social network.
The good news is there has never been a better time to update and refresh your own stress management and coping skills. When you are handling this stress well, you will be better able to help others.
This FREE, hour-long learning lesson will also include the possible good news about this pandemic and time for your questions.
- Understanding and managing your own anxiety levels
- Tools for how to be helpful/useful to anxious clients within best practice of boundaries of navigation
- Useful stress management frameworks and power coping tips and shortcuts
- The power of nonverbal realms to provide immediate relief and perspective
- Best resources to share and how to make a Coping Tool Kit for clients
- Resources for ongoing stress management and wellness mastery
Denise Barnes, MA, LPC, REV is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Health and Life Coach and Spiritual Counselor who has taught stress management in health care settings for over two decades. She is a national trainer of Motivational Interviewing (MINT), which helps clients succeed with difficult changes. Currently she works as a PNTC trainer, a wellness counselor in St. Anthony’s Hospital CardioPulmonary Rehab, and a private telehealth therapist/coach based in Boulder, CO. Find resources including the free 4 Steps to Destress self-study program at soulsavvy.net.
Brought to you by the Patient Navigator Training Collaborative and the Alliance of Colorado Community Health Workers, Patient Navigators and Promotores de Salud.