We're All in This Together

On August 24th and 25th, 2021, the library hosted two webinars entitled We're All in This Together. On the first night, Dr. Jennifer Jubulis, MD, Pediatric Infectious Disease Specialist, shared information to help inform the myriad decisions families face related to the COVID pandemic, including safety practices for unvaccinated children under age 12, the science behind the most current state and national guidelines, and more. Dr. Jubulis shared several state and national website resources.

On the second night, Christine Linnehan, MS, LCPC, BC-DMT, FT—Riverview Counseling and Aleksandra Townsend, RYT 500, Teacher of Mindfulness, Yoga and Pilates—Spiral Tree Yoga, focused on strategies for bolstering resilience in children and teens, ways to promote “protective factors,” how to help young people cope with change and uncertainty, addressing areas of distress, signs of anxiety and depression, and more. You'll find recordings, resource links and handouts from these two terrific webinars below.

Resources

Slides


We’re All in This Together: Resources to Help Children, Teens, and Families Cope During Stressful Times

Recordings

We’re All in This Together: Resources to Help Children, Teens, and Families Cope During Stressful Times

 

Handouts

Calming and Regulation Practices

 

We’re All in This Together: Resources to Help Children, Teens, and Families Cope During Stressful Times