Coping with COVID-19 Anxiety by Dr. Catherine Frogley, Clinical Psychologist, Lighthouse Arabia
We are living in unprecedented times and the progression of the COVID-19 pandemic has the capacity to activate the fight or flight response in all of us, to varying degrees. The entire globe is faced with an invisible threat and all of us are being asked to make drastic changes to our lives overnight. We are worried about our physical and mental health, while being concerned about the social and financial implications of COVID-19. While there may not be much we can do about the virus itself, there are many things people can do to manage their anxiety and keep themselves safe and healthy during these stressful times.
Attendees of this Webinar will:
• Understand the mind-body connection and how it relates to anxiety
• Learn the difference between normal worry versus clinical anxiety
• Gain insight into the underlying reasons for COVID-19 anxiety
• Learn practical, evidence-based techniques to manage anxiety effectively
About the speaker: Dr. Catherine Frogley- Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Catherine Frogley is a Clinical Psychologist who has worked with children and families for over 10 years. Her expertise includes parenting and attachment, childhood emotional and behavioural difficulties and developmental trauma. She works with families and/or individually with children, adolescents and adults. Dr. Catherine believes that family relationships form a key part of psychological well-being and resilience, and therefore is passionate about nurturing these within her work.