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Recorded Webinar: Coping with COVID-19: Positive Thinking

  • 01 Oct 2021
  • 10:00 PM - 11:30 PM
  • Webinar

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  • High-income countries include Australia, Canada, Hong Kong SAR of China, Japan, Korea, Macao SAR of China, New Zealand, Singapore, United States, and Taiwan.
  • Living in a country that is not high-income.
  • High-income countries include Australia, Canada, Hong Kong SAR of China, Japan, Korea, Macao SAR of China, New Zealand, Singapore, United States, and Taiwan.
  • Living in countries that are not high-income.

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Recorded Webinar

Coping with COVID-19: Positive Thinking
By Dr. Lee Richmond
Recorded on April 5, 2020

COVID-19 is causing stress throughout our region today.  In addition to the very real possibility of death, social distancing and government lockdowns are causing loss of income and job loss for many.  The isolation and uncertainty about the future increase anxiety.  One of the most effective tools for reducing stress was developed in the 1950’s by Dr. Albert Ellis. He called his theory Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, but today is it more commonly called Positive Thinking.  Dr Lee Richmond, a well-known Psychologist in the US, will show us how to use Positive Thinking to reduce the stress cause by COVID-19, both for ourselves and with our clients.  This webinar offers 1.5 CEUs.

Cost:
Free to members
$10 for non-members in high-income countries
$5 for non-members in other countries

Lee J. Richmond, PhD, Professor Emerita, Loyola University Maryland, is a licensed psychologist in the State of Maryland. Her books include co-editor of Connections Between Spirit and Work, co-author of Soulwork: How to Find the Work You Love: How to Love the Work You Have, and What Brings You to Life?: Awakening Women’s Spiritual Essence. She is a fellow and past president of both the National Career Development Association (NCDA) and the American and Counseling Association, and a Distinguished Senior Contributor the Division of Counseling Psychology of the American Psychological Association.

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