As we struggle with the stressors brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s natural to turn to what we normally accept as typical methods of coping, including drinking. However, the incredible amount of stress each one of us is experiencing makes it more important than ever to focus on finding healthy outlets for the pressure we all feel.
McLean’s Cathy Milliken, LCSW, helps us identify self-defeating behaviors, determine when behaviors may have addictive tendencies, and learn how to manage new circumstances while validating our feelings and our loved ones’ emotions.
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Ms. Milliken is the program director of McLean’s Borden Cottage, a Signature Addiction Recovery Program. Prior to working at McLean, she served as the Addiction Treatment program director at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center and an instructor in psychiatry at The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth College for close to 10 years.
During the coronavirus crisis, maintaining your mental health and well-being can be a challenge for all of us.
While there are many ways of coping, many behaviors are self-defeating and can make us feel even worse during an uncertain time, with many creating damage that can last for years to come.
Milliken shares strategies to help us cope, with a special emphasis on assisting those who struggle with addiction to drugs or alcohol.
Please Note: Continuing education credits (CME, CEU) are not available for these webinars.
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