*This event will be conducted in English.
The stress of living with the COVID-19 threat is building up. Many people feel increasingly isolated as they work from home and become physically separated from their colleagues. They are limiting their activities outside as they try to protect their health and families.
The pandemic is causing massive disruption to the global economy, creating more uncertainty about our jobs and financial future. No one knows how long the disruption will continue, and many believe the pandemic will have long-lasting effects on how we live and work.
What are the most effective ways to ease anxiety and cope with the stress? This issue will be addressed in this webinar with psychotherapist Emilie Ma, who for more than 25 years has been offering guidance/counseling services for individuals, couples, and families. She views her ultimate goal to be to help people discover, strengthen and trust their “inner gauge,” so that you can turn to it confidently for answers on their own.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Emilie Ma, PhD
Licensed Psychologist/Clinical Supervisor/Speaker
Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, University of Maryland-College Park (APA-accredited program)
M.A., Counseling Psychology, University of Maryland-College Park
Emilie’s professional interests include career-related issues, self-growth, relational issues, and chronic anxiety/depression. She is a therapist at the Community Services Center, a non-profit foundation that provides psychological counseling to the international community. Last year, the Center conducted 5,600 sessions, helping more than 800 individuals, with issues ranging from stress and anxiety, depression and a myriad of other mental health issues.
Contact Person: Joyce Pan (02) 2718-8226 ext. 211 / [email protected]