Whether you’re staying home right now because you’re quarantined, in a high-risk category, or to help prevent the spread of coronavirus, you might be feeling lonely and isolated and wondering, “How are we supposed to stay socially connected to friends and families when we can’t leave the house?” For those of us at home with family, how do we set healthy boundaries that allow for alone time?
Join Jefferson Center Clinician Amy Miller to learn tips and tricks for coping with loneliness during isolation, along with tools and resources to help you cope and get through this time of social distancing.
THIS PRESENTATION WILL COVER:
- Identifying ways to stay connected to friends and family while social distancing
- Tools and resources to cope with loneliness
- How to practice self-compassion
- Setting boundaries for healthy relationships during “Shelter in Place”