Coping with Covid

A 4-week Workshop to help support you and your loved ones during these challenging times. STARTS Monday February 15th!

Join us on ZOOM for ‘Coping with Covid19 – Online Talk Series’.

Mondays starting Feb 15th for 4 weeks, presentations by local professionals in the Mental Health field designed to offer ideas, suggestions, and information to support all of us through these challenging times. Whether we have noticed changes in ourselves, our loved ones or friends there are always things we can do prayerfully, with love,  faith and compassion to help.
JOIN US MONDAYS. FEB 15, FEB 22, MAR 1 & MAR 8 7:30-8:30PM.  USE ZOOM Meeting ID: 878 8515 7021


February 15 – “Caring for our Mental Health” Presented by Elizabeth Pierce, BSW, MSW, RSW, Clinical Social Worker – Director of Catholic Family Services of Durham.

This presentation will look at how the struggles with mental health, anxiety and depression in particular have increased drastically during the pandemic. Participants will be presented with some strategies for coping with some of the symptoms that commonly present themselves, things that can be used for children, youth and adults.

February 22 – “Parenting During the COVID-19 Pandemic” Presented by Yulan Fisher-Brown, M.S.W., R.S.W., Registered Social Worker

As the coronavirus crisis continues, parents everywhere are struggling to keep children healthy and occupied. This session will focus on how to support your children’s mental health during these unprecedented times.

March 1 – “Dealing with Change” Presented by Gabriela Vilar, R.P., Registered Psychotherapist

How to cope effectively with changes in our lives during this time of pandemic, lockdown and isolation. Looking for strength, perseverance, hope & faith.

March 8 – “Our Faith in the World of Worry” Presented by Fr. Laszlo Nagy Ph.D., JCD, Pastor, Holy Family Parish

Investing in your mental health is one of the best gifts you can give yourself, your family & your ministry. This presentation helps you to see your future with faith, not fear, and leads you to cultivate better mental, emotional, and spiritual health.