When will this be over – or will it ever? We’re missing family, friends, hugs, the ability to come and go safely and all sense of normalcy, whatever that even is anymore. This makes us feel powerless, fearful and stressed. So, what CAN you do? How do you cope?
In this interactive session presented by licensed mental health counselor Jill Hamilton Buss, you’ll learn about the nature and impacts of stress while discovering evidence-based strategies for managing and reducing stress in daily life.
By participating in this program, you can expect to learn:
- How stress works and why today’s main stressor, COVID-19, is the granddaddy of all stressors for adults and children.
- About the many facets of stress, how it manifests in the body and mind and how chronic stress can have serious negative consequences on both.
- How you can manage and reduce your stress through 10 simple, evidence-based strategies.
How to join the Zoom Program:
Upon registration for this program, you will receive two emails:
- One email from Eventbrite: you can either disregard this email or save it for your records. No action needed with this message.
- One email from the Center for Health & Wellbeing: this email will contain your link to join the Zoom meeting. Simply select the link and the Zoom Meeting will launch. Please allow yourself five – 10 minutes before program start to launch Zoom and confirm your technology is properly working.
By participating in this program, you agree to the CHWB’s Gracious Space policy.
This program is presented by Jill Hamilton Buss and is hosted by the Winter Park Health Foundation.
About Your Program Presenter
Jill Hamilton Buss is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who works with clients in a holistic way to create optimal wellbeing for mind and body. She offers traditional in-office psychotherapy, life coaching and “Walk and Talk Therapy.” She previously served as the Executive Director of Healthy Central Florida, an initiative to make our communities the healthiest in the nation. She holds master’s degrees from Rollins College and the University of Florida in mental health counseling and communications, respectively, and was named one of Winter Park’s Most Influential People in 2016.