NSU Psychology Experts Providing Free, Online Mental Health Workshops for COVID-19, Sept. 25

Many People Are Having Challenges While Self-Isolating – We’re Here to Help

WHO:
Experts from Nova Southeastern University’s (NSU) College of Psychology

WHAT:
Live, online discussions on various mental health issues, with a focus on COVID-19 impacts

WHEN:
Check link for dates and times URL: nova.edu/sharkchats

WHERE:
Wherever people have a computer and an Internet connection
URL: nova.edu/sharkchats

WHY:
As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, there is a lot of uncertainty facing many members of our community. Many are stressed having to take on additional roles at home, including helping their children succeed with the transition to online instruction. In addition, many have already lost their jobs or been furloughed, which can compound the stress they are already feeling.

Unfortunately we are starting to see reports of the toll the self-isolation is having on members of our community. Realizing that people may need to hear from and talk with experts who can address such issues, NSU’s College of Psychology is organizing a series of Shark Chats specifically focused on the current COVID-19 pandemic.

The online Shark Chats are free, however, there is limited space in each. Interested parties are urged to register online at nova.edu/sharkchats