Be Kind to Your Mind: Stress Coping Strategies (Webinar)
It is more important than ever for each of us to find healthy ways to adapt to the constant changes and stresses caused by the pandemic. FlexJobs is thrilled to host Taylor Adams, Manager of Workplace Mental Health at Mental Health America (MHA), to share her expert insights and resources about the best ways to manage stress and mental health.
FlexJobs partnered with MHA to conduct a survey of more than 1,500 respondents to check in on how people are faring mentally at work during these unprecedented times.
According to the survey, mental health as a whole is suffering since the start of the pandemic, but stress is of particular concern to workers. Of employed workers, 42% say their stress levels are currently high or very high, while 47% of those who are unemployed report high-stress levels.
What You’ll Learn
- The impact of stress on mental health
- Techniques to manage stress and mental health
- How to support the mental health concerns of others
There will also be a live audience Q&A as part of the webinar.
Can’t attend the live event? Register anyway and after the webinar, you’ll automatically receive a link to view the recording!
- Who: Anyone who wants to learn how to combat stress and anxiety
- What: A webinar to learn about healthy ways to reduce stress and anxiety
- When: Thursday, October 1, 2020, at 2 p.m. ET (1 CT, 10 MT, 9 PT)
- Where: The Zoom webinar platform (register now to save your spot!)
- Why: To learn from Mental Health America how to reduce stress
About Our Presenter
Taylor Adams is the Manager of Workplace Mental Health and spearheads MHA’s efforts on its Bell Seal for Workplace Mental Health program at Mental Health America. Her previous work was focused on suicide prevention, and she brings this experience to support companies on evaluating and refining policies to support staff in their mental health journeys.
Mental Health America (MHA)–founded in 1909–is the nation’s leading community-based nonprofit dedicated to addressing the needs of those living with mental illness and to promoting the overall mental health of all Americans.
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