Learn some strategies for stress relief

This one-hour wellness webinar will give you tips for getting through trying times

Stressed-looking woman on couch with children playing nearby


As the events surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak continue to unfold, it is understandable that you may be feeling increasing stress. Information is rapidly changing and can be confusing, overwhelming, and even scary. But it is possible to learn techniques to better manage and relieve stress.

Join the live webinar Strategies for Stress Relief from noon to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, April 22, to hear tips to help you get through this and other stressful times.

Eva Churchill, an executive coach and psychotherapist in private practice, will talk about the symptoms of stress, how they manifest in day-to-day life, and ways to effectively manage stress. Her goal is to help each participant employ at least one new strategy toward feeling less stressed.

Churchill is the former manager of clinical services for Corporate Family Network, an international employee assistance program, where she worked with numerous leadership teams. She has experience in outplacement and change management, human resources consultation, executive career coaching, and vocational education. She also has worked in community mental health, chemical dependency treatment, and crisis intervention.

Currently a doctoral candidate in clinical social work at Smith College, she earned her bachelor of arts in philosophy from Barnard College and a master's degree in clinical social work from New York University.

You can join the meeting from your computer, tablet, or smartphone or by calling 872-240-3212.