NEW WEBINAR! A Parent’s Guide To Staying Sane During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Join us in our new FREE webinar!
The session will be followed up by an informative Q&A session
Dr. Steven Stein
Online! We will be using the platform Zoom
Wednesday, May 6th, 2020 (12:00pm-1pm EST)
Are you getting overwhelmed with all the self-isolation? Is coping with “social distancing” and “stay-at-home” a challenge for you? In this webinar you’ll get suggestions for how to stay sane during the COVID-19 pandemic. This talk will introduce you to the basic ideas of emotional intelligence and hardiness and why they are important in times like this. In addition, you will be presented with a number of actionable steps you can take right now to help you and your family deal with these challenging times.
By end of day on May 1st, 2020:
Please send any questions you would like to have answered by filling out this short questionnaire
Steven J. Stein, PhD is a clinical psychologist and the founder and executive chair of Multi-Health Systems (MHS), a leading assessment and behavior analytics company. He is a former chair of the Psychology Foundation of Canada, former president of the Ontario Psychological Association, former assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto, and former adjunct course director in the Psychology Department at York University. He teaches at the Directors College of Canada, a university-accredited corporate director education program. He is a fellow of the Canadian Psychological Association. His work has been featured in numerous newspapers, TV shows, radio programs, podcasts, webinars, and magazines. He is also the psychologist for various TV reality shows including Big Brother Canada, The Amazing Race Canada, MasterChef Canada, The Bachelor Canada, Real Housewives of Toronto, and many others. He shares information on emotional intelligence and hardiness with audiences around the world.
At The Psychology Foundation of Canada, we have a risk management plan in place to weather the coronavirus crisis in the short term, however, we are asking our generous donors and friends to help us through this crisis if you can, so that we can continue to provide our important attachment and stress management programs to infants, children, and youth across the country.
Today, more than ever, we realize the incredible value of staying connected and supporting each other as this crisis continues to unfold. We hope that you and your loved ones stay safe and be well.