Coping With the Seasons of Life: A Mental Health Discussion

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When: Feb 17, 2023 01:00 p.m. Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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COPING WITH THE SEASONS OF LIFE
A MENTAL HEALTH DISCUSSION

This session on mental health will focus on showing us how to cope with the seasons of life. Whether it be getting a new job with all of its responsibilities, the birth of a child or the loss of a loved one, this session will help you identify the stressors of life and how to cope with them. This session will also help you identify the onset of mental disorders and the signs of suicide which keeps rising despite most of us having advanced means to connect and more opportunities to acquire what we desire.

Lynn Duffy, Presbyterian Counseling Center, Greensboro, NC.
Lynn Duffy has been a North Carolina Licensed Clinical Social Worker for over 20 years. She believes in a holistic approach to care, including the mind, body and spirit. Lynn’s focus has been primarily working with adults. She has provided counseling for individuals, couples, and families. Her focuses include coping with life transitions, domestic conflict, anxiety, Depression and Bipolar Disorder, holistic practices, and grief and loss.