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Maximizing Wellbeing During Pandemic Holidays - Shared screen with speaker view
Bethany Zell
23:45
More time with family, slowed down my pace
Lisa Rosar
24:32
Truly - my good health
Ginny Stasinski
25:24
recognizing close connections
Lisa Rosar
28:18
More time for reflection, observation......life has seemed to slow down during this time.
Susan Jackson
32:36
Enjoying cooking as a creative outlet
Lisa Rosar
33:50
For someone who loves meeting with clients in person, I was crushed when I had to move to Zoom. However, I found I was able to meet with MORE clients who were previously unable to come to the office
Ginny Stasinski
39:57
meditate
Lisa Rosar
40:38
Doing something creative - doodling, drawing, coloring, knitting, crocheting, etc.
Leslie K DuBridge
41:18
Put in time blocks on phone or computer to “Time to Meditate”., for throughout the day. Some apps do this. Have self-soothing pros near by. Funny squish balls, etc.
Ta-Kisha Jones
54:46
this is great
Leslie K DuBridge
55:09
Fantastic! Thank you Dr. Arloski!
Leslie K DuBridge
58:33
Accountability as coaches for self-care, and the reminder of when to refer out - as the world still grapples with understanding the difference between health and wellness coaching and therapy in light of these unprecedented times. (ICF resources, etc). Any other coaches experiencing this or concerned about this?
Anthony Freeman
01:01:49
Yes Leslie, especially working in primary-care setting as a care coordinator/Health Coach addressing 'mental health' on top of the conditions/diagnoses they have already.
Lisa Rosar
01:02:20
I have sensed client's are feeling - to a degree - less cautious because of the possibility of a vaccine. I have found this very difficult to address.
Lisa Rosar
01:04:16
Great advice, thank you so much!
Leslie K DuBridge
01:08:05
Thank YOU Dr. Arloski. Do stay well everyone!