Living in a Pandemic - Strategies and Coping Skills (Free Class)

Covid -19 has changed the way the world functions and all of us have had to make changes - many of them unnatural.

These on-going sessions provide an opportunity to learn and share with others how you are adapting to the "new normal".

In each session, participants will have an opportunity to share some coping skills and strategies as well as to learn from each other.

Each session the Instructor will offer ways of dealing with and managing feelings. Each week, you will have an opportunity to share a coping skill or strategy and learn a new one. Make new friends, get support and learn how to deal with this world-wide pandemic.

This course is FREE, however, registration is required so the Instructor will know how many people will be participating.

Teacher's Bio: Bob Schoenberg is a Professor of Critical and Creative Thinking, who taught online graduate courses for ten years at the University of Massachusetts at Boston. He is the author of several books including: Designed Change Process: Managing Stress, Feelings and Behavior. He is a Training Specialist and teaches Stress Management and the Management of Feelings and Critical Thinking. Bob has a unqiue background as an educator and as a trainer uses his background in Training and Education to offer highly effective workshops and classes. He emphasizes practical application of skills and information. Bob is a leading authority on the teaching and use of the Designed Change Process.
Style of Offering : Hands-0n, Direct Application of Skills, Discussions
Max Number of Attendees: 10
Date and Time : Sunday evenings 6:00 - 6:50 PM EST Weekly
Signup Deadline: 24 Hours in Advance