One of the most overlooked mental health impacts of COVID-19 is the feeling of grief many people are experiencing.
Cochrane’s Social Recovery Task Force is bringing celebrated Canadian psychologist, speaker and author Dr. Jody Carrington to town for the next event in their speaker series: Grief and the Pandemic.
Many of us have something to grieve, ranging from the loss of a loved one to the ongoing changes in our routines — any disruption to our normal lives can be uncomfortable and often painful.
Dr Jody (as she is known) will use her unique and approachable style to help us explore the saddest parts of grief and find ways to help each other stay connected.
Dr. Jody has assessed, treated, educated and empowered some of our most vulnerable and precious souls for the past 15 years. She believes we all have the ability to handle hard things — and that it’s so much easier when we remember we are wired for connection.
The online session runs Tuesday January 26 at 7pm and is free and open to all. Find the link to join online on facebook.com/CochraneProgramsActivitiesOpportunities.
Find out more about Dr. Jody on drjodycarrington.com.