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Combatting COVID Fatigue with Mindfulness

Wednesday, January 13, 2021, 6:00 PM until 7:00 PM
Online webinar (details provided in your confirmation email)
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Center City
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Are you feeling the "COVID fatigue?"

For months, we’ve had to deal with the constant threat of illness and layoffs, while being denied our typical coping methods of social gatherings, eating out, going to the movies, and so on. It’s led to a widespread emotional exhaustion that is referred to as, "COVID fatigue."

COVID fatigue causes us to get sloppy about the precautions we know we should take, like washing hands, wearing masks, maintaining physical distance. As we enter the coldest months of the year and a second surge in COVID-19 cases, we can’t afford to let our guard down.

Beat the burnout! Learn how to prioritize your mental, physical, and emotional wellness in order to make 2021 a more mindful new year.

Join our guest speaker, Rev. Chimere G. Holmes, MSEd, LPC, founder of Be Ye Renewed Counseling, and Walnut Club member, as we discuss:

- COVID’s impact on overall mental health
- How COVID has impacted women in comparison to men

- Understanding mindfulness (the practice, purpose, and ways to effectively use it) 
- The importance of mindfulness when we feel overwhelmed with stress or anxiety

Self-care is not an option! Come be a part of our conversation and set your well-being goals for the new year.

About our speaker
A member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, the American Psychological Association, as well as the Christian Association for Psychological Studies, Rev. Chimere G. Holmes, MSEd, LPC offers years of pastoral training and clinical acumen. She garnered her skills from specialized trainings and accreditations through the Council for Relationships and the Philadelphia School of Psychoanalysis. Chimere teaches at the University of Pennsylvania's Graduate School of Education and is currently pursing her doctorate in Marriage and Family Therapy.

This event is for Walnut Club members only. 

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Rev. Chimere G. Holmes, MSEd, LPC