What Nelson Mandela and Others Teach Us About Coping with the Coronavirus and Isolation
Presenter: Michael Harvey, Ph.D., A.B.P.P.
Date: Tuesday, March 24, 2020
NEW Time: 2 p.m. – 3 p.m. Eastern Time
Don’t miss Tuesday’s free captioned webinar featuring Dr. Michael Harvey, a psychologist in private practice in Framingham, Massachusetts, who will be presenting What Nelson Mandela and Others Teach Us About Coping with the Coronavirus and Isolation.
People with hearing loss tend to feel isolated anyhow. Now with a pandemic forcing us to stay home, distance ourselves from others, the isolation goes deeper. This webinar will outline specific psychological strategies for coping with the coronavirus and isolation. Dr. Harvey will begin by enumerating how others have survived non-virus isolation: for example, Nelson Mandela who was imprisoned for 27 years and Anthony Ray Hinton who was on death row for 28 years for a murder he didn’t commit. Then he’ll dig into a host of specific emotional self-care tools to use while quarantined as well as how we can even realize some psychological benefits from this terrifying time.
This webinar will be recorded for playback.
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