Feeling stressed, depressed, or anxious? Is working from home getting you down?
Learn tips and tricks for managing stress in the third installment of The Post and Courier's Virtual Event Series.
Stress can have a serious hold on your life, but learning to manage it will leave you feeling happier, healthier, and more productive. It's all about balance, especially around the holiday season. Join our panel of specialists from Modern Minds to learn how to keep your mind, body and, spirit healthy and in synch during these unusual and often stressful times.
Our panelists have a range of diverse areas of expertise, read more about them below!
Dr. Ashley Bullock - Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Chief Psychology Officer at Modern Minds. Dr. Bullock has specialized training in Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Family Systems Therapy. Her past research and teaching experience on grief, emotion regulation, and nonverbal behavior at Columbia University informs her clinical work.
Dr. Kevin Gray – Chief Medical Officer of Modern Minds and Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and Assistant Provost for Research Advancement at MUSC. Dr. Gray focuses on child and adolescent psychiatry, along with substance use disorders.
Kiera Molloy – Wellness Mentor at Modern Minds whose primary focus is helping clients implement their personalized wellness program (yoga, nutrition, etc) to support the interconnectedness between physical and mental health.
"Modern Minds focuses on more than symptom reduction. Our goal is to empower you by helping to develop and practice proven mental and physical skills that create long-lasting, growth-oriented solutions tailored to your unique needs. Success here means you will be able to meet the challenges you face both today and tomorrow with a new approach and greater confidence."
A Zoom link will be sent out with your RSVP reservation email, located in the digital PDF file attached in the email. Please check your email and open the PDF to access the link.
2 additional emails will be sent out to registrants prior to the event- one the day before, and one at 4 PM the day of (Tuesday, November 10th) with Zoom link attached.