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Coping and Thriving Webinar Series

As crises arise, we have to change our ways of coping and adjusting. Change can sometimes feel overwhelming and difficult to navigate. mySupport has partnered with Family Programs and Wellness Programs to bring you the Coping and Thriving Webinar Series. Through webinars on various topics, we hope to provide tips, tricks and techniques to help you cope, heal and thrive through the crises we face. For additional guidance on receiving emotional support and daily life assistance, visit the mySupport page, contact us at 443-997-7000 (option #2) or click here to schedule an appointment.

Learn more about the webinars below:
 

mySupport = More Support for Medical/Healthcare Personnel and their Families
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, we know that healthcare and medical personnel are working hard and may be in need of additional support. You’re a professional. But you’re also human. Dealing with adults and children who are sick- and scared-can create an enormous burden. It can lead to traumatic stress, similar to that of soldiers who’ve been in combat. Click here for access to information and resources just for you.

Mental Health Resources on Race and Racial Discussions
Access mental health resources on race and racial discussions here.

Support for Teens and Young Adults Through mySupport
COVID-19 continues to test young adults in ways we can could have never imagined. MySupport is offering the Here 4 U peer support group sessions for young adults and their loved ones aged 18-24. Johns Hopkins employees and their dependents are eligible for these support groups. Special sessions will be available for young adults within the BIPOC and LGBTQ+ communities. To join a free Here 4 U online peer support group session between February 8-12, 2021, click here for more information. Access support for teens and young adults through mySupport here.

mySupport Can Provide Support for Coping with Election Stress and the Breach on the Capitol
Election season has been stressful. Many witnessed the breach on the Capitol. And this time comes as we’re also dealing with COVID-19, racial issues, issues around children’s schooling, job and financial security and more. Is there any wonder why people’s emotions are running high? You may notice that you are feeling numb, fearful, sad, angry, worried or having physical symptoms like stomach upset or pain in your chest-these are normal emotions, and reactions, and you are right now, you may be feeling them intensely. You are not alone. You can reach out for help. Call mySupport at 443-997-7000, option #2 to speak to a counselor or click here for additional resources to deal with the breach on the Capitol and election stress.

On Demand Webinars

Racial Justice Dialogue – Allyship & Advocacy 
The first in a series of discussions from the Homewood Student Affairs Office of Multicultural Affairs.
Link to recording: https://youtu.be/_cJLFCj9jnM
Slides from the presentation can be found here.

NWWB - Navigating Working While/With Black
The Johns Hopkins Life Design Lab partnered with the Johns Hopkins Office of #Multicultural Affairs to bring you the #NWWB workshop about navigating the professional world as a black person and as an ally.
Link to video: https://youtu.be/3f7OD3vTcp8

Understanding and Overcoming Unconscious Bias
Access the link, slides and transcript.

Learn more about cultural differences and mental health treatment
Access the video and transcript.

Coping with loss during COVID-19: A webinar from Aetna’s Resource for Living
Access the link and transcript.

Choosing your new normal: A webinar from Aetna’s Resource for Living
Access the link and transcript.

How to help you when you are feeling helpless: A webinar from Aetna’s Resource for Living
Access the link and transcript.

Finding your Resilience During COVID-19: A webinar from Aetna’s Resource for Living
Access the link and transcript.

Returning to work after COVID-19: Feelings, tools, and resources: A webinar from Aetna’s Resource for Living
Access the link and transcript.