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Strategies to Thrive in Uncertain Times

The MAPP Alumni Association is pleased to offer free webinars to the world to help manage your well-being during this time of the coronavirus, covid-19. Please review the following webinars and click on the registration link for any webinar that you would like to attend. Please note that each webinar is capped at 100 attendees, and recordings will be shared on the MAPP Alumni YouTube channel

To access specific recordings, please scroll to the bottom of this page or click here. Thank you for your interest in our webinars. 


Soaringwords SOARING into Strength. Discover and Amplify Your Unique Strengths - In these times of social distancing, your Character Strengths are superpowers that will connect you to the best parts of yourself and others. Immersive exercises will be led by Lisa Buksbaum, CEO & Founder, Soaringwords and special guest expert Dr. Ryan Niemiec, Education Dir. VIA Institute on Character. You'll learn you how to strengths-spot in others; amplify your signature strengths; and create a SoaringSuperhero based on your strengths to donate to a hospitalized child.

DATE: Sunday April 5, 2020

TIME: 8 pm ET / 5 pm PT

PRESENTER: Lisa Buksbaum (website)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/3bsZ0NW


Communication that increases calm, clarity and confidence in your leadership - As a leader, you’ve navigated constant daily change and you’ve helped your people to make the changes needed, including working remotely… yet you still don’t have the support or tools you should have to offer clear messaging that creates cohesion and reduces stress. Join us and discover three practices of exceptional leaders. These are practices that make it easy for you to skillfully communicate in real-time with employees, customers, families, and decision makers even if you are in the midst of stress and uncertainty.

DATE: Monday April 6, 2020

TIME: 3 pm ET / noon PT

PRESENTER: Christine Duvivier (website)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/2UiwAjZ


Soaringwords SOARING into Strength: Caring for Yourself as a Caregiver - This workshop explores powerful Positive Psychology exercises including The Law of the Oxygen Mask; Soothing All Your Senses; Using Positive Rituals to Create Boundaries and Downtime; Circles of Support; and Energy Breaks. You'll leave remembering how to experience joy, laughter, meaning, and purpose, even in the midst of challenges and loss.

DATE: Monday April 6, 2020

TIME: 8 pm ET / 5 pm PT

PRESENTER: Lisa Buksbaum (website)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/39rcgl3


Interview with Dr. Martin Seligman - Commonly known as the founder of Positive Psychology, Martin Seligman is a leading authority in the fields of Positive Psychology, resilience, learned helplessness, depression, optimism and pessimism. He is also a recognized authority on interventions that prevent depression, and build strengths and well-being. He has written more than 250 scholarly publications and 20 books.

DATE: Tuesday April 7, 2020

TIME: 3 pm ET / Noon PT

INTERVIEWER: Senia Maymin, CEO, Silicon Valley Change Executive Coaching (website)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/3bshDBE


Creating Family Wealth Using Positive Psychology - True wealth is having an abundance of what is truly important in your life and it is accomplished interdependently. In times like today using positive interventions and cultivating financial resilience will help you and the people you love thrive beyond adversity

DATE: Tuesday April 7, 2020

TIME: 8 pm ET / 5 pm PT

PRESENTER: Tom Calkusic 

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/2UobrVP


How To Stay Engaged, Energized & Well At Work - Discover how to live well despite struggle during these unprecedented times of uncertainty and disruption. We’ll show you how to create tiny daily habits that they want to and are able to stick using Professor Martin Seligman’s PERMAH wellbeing framework.

DATE: Wednesday April 8, 2020

TIME: 3 pm ET / noon PT

PRESENTER: Michelle McQuaid (websitePERMAH survey)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/2y5Twu8


Design Your Days: Habits, Practices, and Rituals to Enrich Time at Home- What habits, practices, and rituals might make following Stay-at-Home orders easier, more comforting, more meaningful? This webinar helps you design purposeful activities to aim for as you navigate these large, temporary life changes. Who knows? Maybe some will stick long afterwards!

DATE: Thursday April 9, 2020

TIME: 3 pm ET / Noon PT

PRESENTER: Jan Stanley (LinkedIn)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/2wEiBvY


Finding the Goodness in Everyday  - With so many day-to-day challenges and fears, it is easy to lose track of (i) the things we can control, and (ii) what is right with the world. By recognizing both what we can do, and the good that really is around us, we can regain our center and navigate these difficult times with beauty and grace.

DATE: Friday April 10, 2020

TIME: 3 pm ET / noon PT

PRESENTER: John "Sean" Doyle (website)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/2UirHaF


Jumping into the unknown: lessons from improv to help us thrive - If you are feeling like you are wading in the unknown, you are not alone. There is no guidebook for how to handle a pandemic like this and we are all figuring it out together. The good news is that there's some tips on how to to be your best self, while enhancing your communication, collaboration, and connection during this time. Learn some core lessons at the intersection of positive psychology and improv comedy - a craft built on making things up on the spot. You'll walk away with tips and techniques you can take to your daily life to help you (and others) navigate these uncharted waters.

DATE: Friday April 10, 2020

TIME: 8 pm ET / 5 pm PT

PRESENTER: Jordana Cole (LinkedIn)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/2UZg1Jf


Mindfulness: Staying Calm in a Crazy World - Having trouble turning your brain off at 2am and not thinking catastrophic thoughts? This webinar will provide practical strategies to quiet your mind, your body and your emotions in these chaotic times.

DATE: Saturday April 11, 2020

TIME: 3 pm ET / Noon PT

PRESENTER: Pamela Hernandez (The Right Reflection, Facebook, LinkedIn)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/2JiWlum


Bounce Back Better: A Comprehensive & Systematic Approach -  Humans are naturally resilient. Bones heal stronger after a fracture. Tears create scar tissue for added protection. However, the life and death physical resilience nature wired us for is not enough to deal with the crisis we're facing. Join to learn Emiliya Zhivotovskaya's Bounce Back BetterĀ® Resilience System to understand the mental, emotional, physical and social skills we need to not just bounce back from these uncertain times, but bounce back better. (YouTube coming soon) 

DATE: Saturday April 11, 2020

TIME: 8 pm ET / 5 pm PT

PRESENTER:  Emiliya Zhivotovskaya (The Flourishing Center)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/2Um2tbj



Virtual Empowerment - At the best of times, organizations striving to create high performance often look to the empowerment of employees in hopes of increasing innovation, engagement, customer experience and financial results. In the context of our global pandemic, when the world of work has changed so dramatically, helping our teams feel empowered is now perhaps more important than ever. This talk applies more than three decades of empirical research empowerment. It explores what psychological empowerment is, and how to build it within organizations - even virtually.

DATE: Sunday April 12, 2020

TIME: 3 pm ET / Noon PT

PRESENTER: Andrew Soren (LinkedIn)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/33TY5Uc


Soaringwords SOARING into Strength: Resilience to Build Coping Skills - Everyone experiences burn-out, stress and exhaustion. These times demand tremendous resilience and grit. Special guest expert Dr. Angela Duckworth, best-selling author or Grit the Power of Passion and Perseverance. Often habitual ways of thinking sabotage us. This workshop teaches you Positive Psychology tools such as The ABC Model to learn to recognize and avoid thinking traps; The Three Enemies of Resilience; and Intrinsic vs Extrinsic Motivation to help you accomplish Difficult Goals.

DATE: Sunday April 12, 2020

TIME: 8 pm ET / 5 pm PT

PRESENTER: Lisa Buksbaum (website)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/2QOwJJR


PRACTICAL TIPS: Building Your Marriage & COVID-19 - This webinar will focus on giving VERY practical tips to help your marriage (or significant relationship) not just survive, but thrive, during this difficult and trying time.

DATE: Monday April 13, 2020

TIME: 11 am ET / 8am PT / 6pm Israel Daylight Time

PRESENTER: Yosef Lynn (LinkedInNot A Partnership)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/39COUsK


Soaringwords SOARING into Strength: Gratitude - Gratitude is considered the greatest of all virtues and the foundation of the positive emotions. Recognizing, experiencing, and expressing gratitude is considered one of the most essential Positive Psychology techniques. In these times of social distancing, you'll learn how to master the pro-social benefits of Gratitude Journaling; the Gratitude Letter; and a Gratitude Walk to enhance your personal well-being and strengthen your relationships during this challenging time. Special guest expert Dr. Dan Tomasulo will model how to do a Gratitude Visit.

DATE: Monday April 13, 2020

TIME: 3 pm ET / Noon PT

PRESENTER: Lisa Buksbaum (website)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/3amKoQ2


Softening The Stance Towards Self: Supporting Yourself When You Need You The Most -  In times of uncertainty, chaos, or demanding life events, our negativity bias and self-criticism is exacerbated. Our human reaction is not always the most helpful, comforting, or productive solution. This webinar will explore the research and practice of self-compassion, offering an alternative, nurturing approach to best support oneself and others during this time.

DATE: Wednesday April 15, 2020

TIME: 3 pm ET / Noon PT

PRESENTER: Amy O'Sullivan (LinkedIn)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/3aphUW3


Real-time Resilience: Coping During COVID-19 - Such challenging times require us all to consider how our thoughts and actions might help or hinder our own resilience and that of those around us. The NZ Institute of Wellbeing & Resilience has worked with organisations and communities to help them navigate tough times for over a decade. Based on the best of science, our strategies are always practical and applicable for real-world application. Join us to find what works.

DATE: Wednesday April 15, 2020

TIME: 8 pm ET / 5 pm PT

PRESENTER: Lucy Hone and Denise Quinlan (New Zealand Institute of Wellbeing & Resilience)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/2UM3OHz


Lyrics and Well-being: Intentionally creating playlists for yourself and for others - Tricia will walk you through the process of intentionally curating 3 playlists to support wellbeing using concepts from positive psychology. Playlists for self, family, and friends in the 60+ community.

DATE: Thursday April 16, 2020

TIME: 3 pm ET / Noon PT  

PRESENTER: Tricia Fox Ransom (website, LinkedIn)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/2QW9kq5


Optimizing relationships while sheltering in place - Even the best relationships can fray under uncertain and unsettling circumstances. See how the VIA Character Strengths and small changes in our communications with our loved ones can improve our moods while we shelter in place.

DATE: Thursday April 16, 2020

TIME: 8 pm ET / 5 pm PT  

PRESENTER: John Hollway (website)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/33XZWHS


PEP in the War on Covid-19 - Fitness Matters - Beyond resilience, proactive fitness, the neurobiology of combining cognitive and physical demands, matters. PEP: Positive Exercise Practices are mini mindful movement practices based on Fitness Science, Positive Psychology and Sport/Exercise Medicine, offering a positive inoculation over communicable and non-communicable diseases. Boost your vitality, your immune system, lessen distress, and lighten your load adding moments of PEP in your day.

DATE: Friday April 17, 2020

TIME: 3 pm ET / noon PT  

PRESENTER: Elaine O'Brien (LinkedIn)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/3byFLT6


Post-Epidemic Growth: China perspective - China has been battling the COVID-19 for months. As the situation gradually turns steady, the focus is shifted to recovery from the psychological impact of the epidemic. I'd like to discuss how Chinese people gained post-epidemic growth from this experience.

DATE: Friday April 17, 2020

TIME: 8 pm ET / 5 pm PT  

PRESENTER: Yukun Zhao 

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/2xy975t


Getting more physical activity while stuck inside - Law professors like me spend lots of time sitting at a desk, even more so now. I worked with a fitness professional to help me get more physical activity into my day without a gym or special equipment. The result is an article we published with the American Bar Association: R. Lisle Baker and Anthony Colesano, Becoming More Physically Active in a Busy Professional Life, LAW PRACTICE TODAY (January 15, 2020). I am no expert, but I can explain what I have been taught (and invite you to try it with me), and perhaps it will be helpful.

DATE: Saturday April 18, 2020

TIME: 3 pm ET / Noon PT  

PRESENTER: Lisle Baker 

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/34cu6qY


True colors: Appreciating the unnoticed beauty - Appreciation of beauty seems to be a natural ability that we are born with. However, it requires extra effort during this turbulent time. Explore what can be done for you and your children to discover and appreciate the beauty of humanity amidst pandemic fear.

DATE: Saturday April 18, 2020

TIME: 8 pm ET / 5 pm PT  

PRESENTER: Carl Chung (LinkedInwebsite)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/39G0F1o


It takes one resilient soul - During these tough times, we will go over the concept of resilience and understand its pillars in-depth, while packing all of the presented information with research. Most importantly teach attendees that having a resilient mindset is all about learning skills "YES they are teachable", we hope that attendees will be aspired to share the knowledge with others and help their communities to be more resilient.

DATE: Sunday April 19, 2020

TIME: 8 AM ET / 5 AM PT  

PRESENTER: Noof Aljneibi (LinkedIn)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/2yalll0


Worry to Wisdom - In this unique time in history where the world's rug and the illusion of safety have been pulled out from us all, there's much we can learn from ancient philosophy combined with the modern science of positive psychology. This webinar will offer some concrete strategies for moving from a state of worry, fear, and anxiety to a state of calm, acceptance and positive action using practical wisdom as our guide.

DATE: Sunday April 19, 2020

TIME: 3 pm ET / Noon PT

PRESENTER: Jill Bell (LinkedIn)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/3bYf0HV


Resilient Grieving: Coping with Challenge, Loss and Change. Lessons from academia and life - For the last decade I have studied resilience: first in theory at UPenn, then later to PhD level; then professionally through a series of earthquakes that devastated my home town in 2011-2013; then personally, when faced with the tragic death in a car accident of my 12 year old daughter. Join me to hear what I've learned about navigating tough times and the practical strategies that have supported me (and now thousands of others) through life's darkest days.

DATE: Sunday April 19, 2020

TIME: 8 pm ET / 5 pm PT

CO-PRESENTERS: Lucy Hone (New Zealand Institute of Wellbeing & Resilience,  The three secrets of resilient people | TEDxChristchurch)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/3dIjrs4


Caring for Caregivers During times of a health crisis, the focus is usually on the patient, and rightly so. However, caretakers have an integral role in helping their loved ones recover. Steps to ensure the caretaker has good well-being can help them and their loved ones to thrive.

DATE: Monday April 20, 2020

TIME: 3 pm ET / Noon PT  

PRESENTER: Lara Kallander (website)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/3bBF7EI


A Dose of Positivity - Covid-19 is spreading not only fear and disease around the globe, but negative emotions. We could all use a dose of positivity these days. Learn 3 actionable tools from the bestselling book, PROFIT FROM THE POSITIVE, that will help you not just survive this pandemic, but thrive in the face of it.

DATE: Tuesday April 21, 2020

TIME: 3 pm ET / Noon PT  

PRESENTER: Margaret Greenberg (Profit from the Positive, Greenberg Group, Dose of Positivity)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/2wNzPHk


5 tips to come from a position of strength during challenging times - During challenging times it's easy to get dragged down by negativity and find oneself in a compromised situation. Learn at least 5 ways the science of well-being informs us about how to come from a position of strength during times of challenge and ill-being.

DATE: Tuesday April 21, 2020

TIME: 8 pm ET / 5 pm PT  

PRESENTER: Faisal Khan (website, LinkedIn)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/2wIjcwQ


Character strengths to ignite positivity and strengthen resilience - In this webinar, we will review the 24 character strengths and how they can help you survive and even thrive in challenging times. We'll explore daily practices and journal prompts that can build positive emotion and bolster your will to carry on through hard days. Focus on what is good and right and mobilize your strengths to make the most of today and create a bright future!

DATE: Wednesday April 22, 2020

TIME: 3 pm ET / Noon PT  

PRESENTER: Carolyn Biondi (LinkedIn, Instagram)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/3arNPFp


Finding the Silver Lining: Building Skills in Receiving and Processing Feedback - Feedback helps us learn and grow, but sometimes we aren't as open to it as we would like to be. This webinar will help you understand why feedback is important and why it's sometimes hard to hear. You'll leave with a few different techniques to try to help you work with feedback in the future.

DATE: Thursday April 23, 2020

TIME: 3 pm ET / Noon PT  

PRESENTER: Mary Beth Rettger (LinkedIn)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/2wQQXfv


Mattering in Today's Environment - As human beings, we want to matter. We want to feel valued, and we want to add value.This Webinar will cover the definition and the importance of mattering as well as strategies to nurture and grow mattering in your life and in the lives of others.

DATE: Thursday April 23, 2020

TIME: 8 pm ET / 5 pm PT  

PRESENTER: Rebecca Lamperski (LinkedIn) - and special guests Isaac Prilleltensky and Julie Haizlip

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/2xN86GF


Acting "As If": How Acting Can Help You Increase Your Well-Being - Research shows that changing your posture makes you more confident and more successful in high stress situations. Shannon will address this by focusing on the external aspects of well-being and presence: posture (standing and seated), breathing, voice, eye contact, gestures, movement, and posture. To focus on the internal aspects of presence she will take participants through a process to discover their “super-objective”. In acting, this is the through line of the character, the over-riding urge or drive or need that motivates every one of the character’s actions. To affect other people, and thus to affect change in your own life, you need verbs, action words, to lead to change. Shannon will share parts of the book she co-edited, Character Strengths Matter: How to Live a Full Life and how to use these techniques to increase your well-being in this challenging time.

DATE: Friday April 24, 2020

TIME: 3 pm ET / Noon PT  

PRESENTER: Shannon Polly (website)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/3dO0Lau


Mighty Questions to Ask Yourself and Others During These Times -  If you’re feeling like most conversations you’re having these days leads to a downward spiral of negativity, you’re not alone. It’s important to emotionally process what’s happening, while maintaining perspective. Join a conversation that poses generative questions that we can ask ourselves and others to help process the pandemic and imagine our post Covid-19 world.

DATE: Saturday April 25, 2020

TIME: 3 pm ET / Noon PT  

PRESENTER: Leora Rifkin (LinkedIn)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/34m108F


QuaranTEAM: Building Your Relationship in Difficult Times -  From a resilience perspective, difficult times can be an opportunity. As individuals, our mindset about navigating rapidly changing and adverse circumstances will have an impact on our resilience and well-being. For those that are riding the waves of uncertainty with a significant other, “shelter in place” creates challenges and opportunities to coalesce toward a common goal, discover our combined agency, enhance and strengthen our relationship. The time to build your TEAM is now.

DATE: Sunday April 26, 2020

TIME: 3 pm ET / Noon PT  

PRESENTER: Lorrie Peniston (website)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/2XdbGEO


Developing Greater Spiritual Health through the Practice of Character Strengths How to integrate your spiritual practices with the VIA character strengths. We will use a 500+ year old Christian prayer based on the teachings of St. Ignatius, called the EXAMEN as an example of how to link spirituality with the science of character and virtue. This session is experiential and no prior experience is necessary.

DATE: Monday April 27, 2020

TIME: 3 pm ET / Noon PT  

CO-PRESENTERS: Sari Wilson (LinkedIn) & Kathryn Wessling (LinkedIn)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/340Bsxr


Mind Over Matter - One factor to resiliency is our mindset. Learn about the common thinking traps that lead to suffering. You will learn how to identify thinking traps and how to overcome them!

DATE: Monday April 27, 2020

TIME: 8 pm ET / 5 pm PT  

PRESENTER: Katie Wittekind (Habit Designer, LinkedIn)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/2yuuoxj


Thriving Through Change: How Appreciative Inquiry Can Help You Thrive During a Pandemic - This change management workshop is a new and innovative approach to change that turns traditional change management on its head. Participants will learn the neuroscience of change, the science of resilience, and a change process that helps influence others and create a new vision for their organization or group or individually.

DATE: Wednesday April 29, 2020

TIME: 3 pm ET / Noon PT  

PRESENTER: Shannon Polly (website)

LINK TO REGISTER: https://bit.ly/3aRGWxm


Leading Engaged and Thriving Remote Teams - CEO of pLink Leadership, Gretchen Pisano MAPP '10, has been leading remote teams for two decades. In this conversation with her newest hire, Erica Mohr MAPP '18, she will share her wisdom and practical tips for how to lead a totally virtual team.

DATE: TBD

TIME: TBD

CO-PRESENTERS: Erica Mohr and Gretchen Pisano (LinkedIn)

LINK TO REGISTER: TBD



RECORDINGS

How to Successfully Work from Home: Optimizing Work and Well-Being - by Sharon Danzger (LinkedIn, Control Chaos) - This webinar will cover a variety of strategies to reduce distractions, stay productive, and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Topics covered include structure, routines, boundaries, connection, engagement, and well-being. There will be time for Q&A to address specific situations and challenges. Available on YouTube.  

Presencing - by Otto Dreissen (Live Only Twice) - This webinar will focus on our much-needed capacity to stay mindful of how and where to focus our attention in these both positively and negatively turbulent times. Despite many already claiming to know how to proceed, I propose we adopt a humble attitude to create deeper, richer, and more positive change by being diligent about where we focus our attention – observing, sensing, and reflecting [besides, of course, taking care of our own and others' health & well-being]. YouTube   

Using Virtual Meetings as Means of Connection - by Sydney Kastner (website) - Learn how you can use virtual meetings as.a tool to increase well-being through connection (easily and without detracting from the goals of your meeting). YouTube  

Three Things You Can Do NOW for More Bravery - by Senia Maymin (SVChange) How can you be braver now? Today? These days? After this webinar, you will have three new tools to call on to create greater bravery for yourself. YouTube  

Balancing Grit and Grace in Chaotic Times - by LeeAnn Mallorie (Guts and Grace, LinkedIn) - In times of chaos, our instinctive first move is to rely on our most practiced strengths. But, as Aristotle's concept of phronesis suggests, true mastery involves taking the right action, in the right situation, at the right time. By learning to listen to the wisdom of our bodies, we can get better at this delicate balancing act – especially under pressure. YouTube

The Cycle of Renewal: The Virtues of the Doldrums - by Karen Warner (tangiblegroup.com) - Based on an evidenced-based model of how we do change, the Cycle of Renewal shows that change enters 4 phases, one of which is Doldrums. How can we embrace the times and leverage them for transformation? (YouTube)

Stress Less & Feel Better with Positive Psychosomatics - by Nick Ritchey (LinkedIn) - Feeling cooped up, stressed out and afraid of gaining 20 pounds during your quarantine? Get Nick's most powerful positive psychosomatic tips for stressing less, staying lean and feeling better than ever during these special circumstances.(YouTube)

The Glass Half Full - by Priyamvada Dalmia (LinkedIn profile) - Uncertain times put us on the defensive. But we equally need to practice gratitude and strength as times like this. Let's turn our focus to looking at the glass half full, embracing change, and taking charge. (YouTube)

Make Music Matter - Using Music as a Tool for Stressful Times - by Jaime Booth Jenkins (LinkedIn) -  A brief tool created by the Team at Make Music Matter will be presented along with a walkthrough and discussion on how and why music is something that we can all rely on in difficult times (YouTube)

5 easy tips on avoiding shockingly common online presentation mistakes - by Conrad Macalalad - What you don’t know about presenting online can make the most amazing professional look like an amateur. I’ll share practical and easy to implement tips on the technical aspects of presenting online (camera angles, lighting, sound, PowerPoint) based on what I’ve learned teaching over 4000 students online in the past 12 years (YouTube).

The Pathology of Loneliness - by Dr Kathi Norman - Loneliness has been labeled as a rising cause of morbidity in The world. In the time of Covid, we need to be very clear about how to socialize and remain psychologically healthy. This webinar Will discuss the pathology loneliness and share ideas in how to survive COVID 19 isolation (YouTube).





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