As concerns over COVID-19 have grown, many of us start to work remotely. How to remain productive in the midst of chaos? How to be supportive to your family during the pandemic? From March 24 to March 30, please join us for a weeklong discussion with seven psychological counselors to help you manage work and life at such time. This seven-day program is part of the Beijing Center's webinar series. The main topics include:
March 24, Finding yourself: how to keep a clear autognosis
March 25, Parent-child relationship: how to talk to your child about COVID-19
March 26, Maintaining a healthy relationship
March 27, Things you should know to manage anxiety and stress at work
March 28, What are the common workplace struggles and how to deal with them
March 29, Overcoming addictive behaviors: smoking/ alcohol/ sex/ compulsive shopping
March 30, How depression and sleep problem affect your mental health and vice-versa
Over the past two months, Columbia Global Centers | Beijing has been working closely with experts and scholars from Columbia University, Peking University, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and other institutions to help our audience understand the unknown virus and the mental health conditions of frontline medical staff and people affected by the virus outbreak, as well as to provide solutions and suggestions for improvement. All the valuable information will be consolidated, edited, and shared through Beijing Center's webinar series in the following weeks.
We look forward to your participation and interactions.
Event language: Chinese
The event will be live-streamed through WeChat group.
Registration will be verified through the QR code confirmation.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.