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Returning to an In-Person World

Are you nervous about returning to an in-person world? You are not alone! Many of us are feeling unsettled about venturing back to our in-person lives in the community and in the workplace. A panel of JCS professionals will talk about reentry stress and offer strategies for managing it. Following the panel, there will be an opportunity …

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Checking in with Children during COVID

“Feeling stressed is not something experienced solely by adults; children have myriad responsibilities, pressures, and expectations that induce stress, and this past year, with the additional challenges of COVID, checking in with your child is more important than ever.” JCS Clinical Therapist, Shula Levin, shares 5 ways to address stressors in your child’s life.

How Do Caregivers Adapt as COVID Endures?

By Caitlin Rife, LMSW and Rachel Brodsky, MA, CMC Who would have thought that almost a year after the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, we would still be in the throes of it, with no end in sight? This time has been difficult for everyone, but particularly so for older adults whose struggle with social isolation has …

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Our Mental Health is Part of the Public Health Emergency

By Jacki Post Ashkin, MSW, LCSW-C One in four young adults has struggled with suicidal thoughts since the coronavirus hit, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). One in four. It is a staggering and frightening reality. As the new year began, we learned of the suicide death of Tommy Raskin, the 25-year-old …

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