Our current political backdrop has caused many of us to feel bouts of passion, frustration and stress. No matter your political persuasion, it's bound to make everyone feel fatigued. Taking care of your mental health is more important than ever when the future feels so uncertain. This conversation will be facilitated by a licensed clinical social worker to provide space and time for reflection
and effective ways to cope with any stress and anxiety that may arise in the days following the presidential election. Ample time will be provided for participants to speak about their thoughts and feelings, and concrete strategies for managing stress will be offered.
Attendees will Learn
-Mindfulness strategies to manage stress and anxiety
-How to create space and time to express thoughts and feelings about the election
-How to talk about one's thoughts and feelings with others who may disagree
About this Speaker
Erin is a licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) with over ten years of experience working with children and families. She received her Master of Social Work degree at Salem State University in 2012. She has over 5 years experience working as an intensive in-home family therapist helping to support children with significant mental health challenges and currently maintains her own private therapy practice working with children and families. Erin is also a registered yoga teacher that specializes in treating trauma, anxiety and depression with yoga poses and mindfulness practices.
Education and Experience
- Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker
- Master of Social Work degree
- Private therapy practice
- Registered Yoga teacher