Managing Emotions and Building Resiliency During COVID-19
One year after the pandemic began, we're still in quarantine and need every tool in the box to keep our spirits high!
Jennifer Carpinteri, LSW, Atlantic Behavioral Health, discusses the impacts of the pandemic and how it affects us. Grief, loss and difficult emotions will also be discussed along with tools for coping with change through this difficult time and turning challenges into resiliency.
About the Presenter: Jennifer Carpinteri is the Behavioral Health Manager of Community Services across Atlantic Health System. She has a 25-year career within human services in both the public sector, non-profit and healthcare. Within those roles, she has been a psychological first responder to events such as 911 and a member of the Morris County Crisis Response Team. Jennifer is an advocate to eradicate stigma surrounding mental health, and most recently, a peer support group leader as a Covid-19 Survivor.
Register online or by calling the library at (973) 584-2400. The virtual link will then be sent to you. The virtual link will be only streamed on this date and time, and recording will not be available afterwards.
Tuesday, March 02 at 7:00 pm
|Event Date||03-02-2021 7:00 pm|