The experience of the coronavirus does not have to become a traumatic and overwhelming experience that marks us for life. On the contrary, it can be an excellent opportunity to exercise our resilience — that is, to grow in the face of adversity.
“By asserting that older adults are every bit as deserving of mental health services as people of other ages, members of the counseling profession combat ageism, strengthen the case for Medicare reimbursement and improve the lives of socially isolated older adults.”
To adolescents, teens and young adults, the risk of contracting the coronavirus or suffering a negative outcome may feel remote. However, you have the power of good health, and it is your responsibility to help solve the problem by protecting yourself and others.
Quarantine-friendly engagement strategies to promote the wellness of children and families.
This unplanned for and prolonged time to stay at home may bring discomfort for many of us, but we can come out the other side with new skills.