This has been one unforgettable year. Every aspect of our lives has been impacted in some way by the pandemic, and, for many of us, that is still the case. During this emotional and physical rollercoaster, we have all had to find ways to try and adapt to the uncertainty and chaos. Now, after finally getting accustomed to our home offices and zoom meetings, we’re starting to get the green light to step back out into the world. For many individuals, that’s when the panic button started going off. “How am I supposed to do that? I’m not ready. What if…” Before you know it, you mind is filled with thoughts, fears, and emotions.
Maybe you’re concerned about:
- Going back to the workplace
- Being in in-person social situations
- How to vocalize your needs and discomfort to others
- Fears that your friendships, romantic relationships, or family relationships may look different
- Being judged by others due to physical changes
- Physical and emotional fatigue
Some of these concerns may look like:
- Social anxiety and awkwardness
- Fears of yourself or someone you love getting sick
- Depression and exhaustion
- Eating too much or not eating enough
- Trouble sleeping
- Feeling overwhelmed
- Not feeling like you’re good enough
If any of this sounds familiar, then this is the group for you!
During this covid anxiety, participants will have the space to explore their thoughts, fears, and emotions around returning to society at this stage of the pandemic. Group members will be able to learn more about their underlying concerns and develop coping strategies to help with this transition.
This 6-Week Support & Processing group will meet on Thursdays 12pm-1pm beginning June 17th and will be $40/session.
This will be. closed group. This means that once the group begins, the window for enrollment will be closed. This will help create a safe environment for processing and connection among the group.
Best suited for:
- Any adult human experiencing anxiety, depression, stress, and PTSD
- Those needing coping skills to help them transition into in-person activities
- Individuals seeking support and connection in a safe environment
- Those trying to navigate how to communicate their concerns to others and how to re-enter into society in a way that feels comfortable to them (tolerate how to be uncomfortable)