Coping with Covid-19 and Mental Health

2/4/21

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Coping with Covid-19 and Mental Health: How can we keep positive and optimistic?

Because stress, anxiety, and uncertainty have impacted the mental health and well-being of millions of Americans, this forum is dedicated to discussing your concerns and hopefully addressing how to deal with the setbacks created by the pandemic. Our traditional attendee Q&A will afford you opportunities to engage with our respected panel of professionals.

Often, indications of debilitating mental health slip by us until we find we’re in developed stages of what seems to be overwhelming sadness or inabilities to function. Online screening is one of the quickest and easiest ways to determine whether you are experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition. Mental health conditions, such as depression or anxiety, are real, common and treatable. And recovery is possible. Click on this online screening for starters.

Panel:

Dr.Steve Ronik is CEO of Henderson Behavioral Health in Broward County. Henderson is a nationally recognized behavioral health system, known for its innovative and leading evidence-based clinical services.

Maria Hernandez, LCSW, is Chief Program Officer of United Way of Broward County, a leader in community support and leadership of positive change in South Florida.

Paul Jaquith is CEO of Mental Health of South East Florida, a 63 year-old organization, dedicated to eradicating the stigma associated with mental health illness, and promoting the universal benefit of good mental health.

Moderator:

Jeanne McIntyre is CEO of the Greater Pompano Chamber of Commerce. She has moderated and organized numerous panel discussions.

February webinar sponsored by Gilda’s Club