In this week’s Coping with COVID-19 bulletin, we take a brief look at parenting and the challenges that it presents during the pandemic period.
In the 8th Edition of the COVID-19 Support Bulletin, the topic of discussions is relationships. Whether you have been in a committed relationship for years, a new relationship or single and dating, the current pandemic creates a unique set of challenges. The article in this edition provides some information and resources on how to navigate those challenges.
The 5th edition of the UIC Coping With COVID-19 Bulletin is now available. In it we talk about Mindfulness and how it can help deal with the stress of our current times. We also provide information on a new Federal Government mental health portal that is accessible to all Canadians called Wellness Together Canada.
Please feel free to share the bulletin with your friends and family. The Wellness Resource could come in handy for those that do not already have access to counselling services and resources.
In the 4th edition of the COVID-19 Support Bulletin we focus on dealing with the different emotions that arise from the current situation as well as comparing our situations with those of other people.
In this week's edition of Coping with COVID-19, we focus on balancing the wide array of emotions and thoughts that accompany such a strange and unfamiliar time, while also striving to balance the budget.
To read this bulletin, please click on the link below. You can find past editions of the bulletin on the Newsletter page of the website or visit our Facebook page where you will also find additional updates and information.
COVID-19 Weekly Bulletin – During this COVID-19 pandemic, being asked to say home and not being able to see friends and family in person, can be quite a challenge. This week’s bulletin addresses this challenge and offers some ideas on how to stay connected even while in isolation. You can find the bulletin on our Newsletter page or click on the link below to open it directly.
COVID-19 Weekly Bulletin - In an effort to maintain continuous contact with our members as well as provide useful information during this unprecedented time, Upper Island Counselling has started a weekly bulletin. This bulletin will contain tips and information related to what is currently happening in the world and our community during this COVID-19 pandemic. Below is the first of these bulletins that was sent out to our member companies last week.
I am reaching out with an update to last week’s communication and to assure you that Upper Island Counselling continues to support our member companies and clients during the COVID-19 pandemic. The main points are:
If you find yourself feeling anxious about the Coronavirus, remember that anxiety is a normal reaction to uncertainty and potentially harmful situations. The Canadian Mental Health Association has put together an informative article that validates the anxiety many of us are experiencing while offering suggestions about managing anxiety and stress in these unprecedented times.
Do you have a loved one with psychosis or work with people who struggle with this form of mental illness? If you do, or simply feel motivated to learn more about what it is like for people who experience psychosis, the Mental Health Recovery Partners Society North Island is presenting the Hearing Voices Workshop in Campbell River on Wed, Feb 12th from 1:30-4:30pm. For more information, please see the poster below.