April 20, 2020
at 3:00pm -
with Dr. Amy C
Join us Monday April 20, for another edition of In It Together, as we go live with Dr. Amy Cirbus of Talkspace. We’ll be talking about how to handle the uncertainty, fear and anxiety brought about by this world-wide crisis. If you have not heard of it, Talkspace is a convenient and affordable way to connect with licensed therapists. Right now they are offering free resources to increase access to therapists for both existing users and non-users alike including free therapist-led Facebook support groups where individuals can seek guidance, tips, and resources directly from a licensed therapist. These groups also allow individuals to cultivate a sense of community during this isolating time.
Join the Talkspace Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1570599106420510/
Additionally, they have launched a COVID-19 channel on thier Instagram account. Individuals can ask questions related to coronavirus and relevant topics (anxiety, loneliness, fear, WFH, etc) using the “Questions” feature on Instagram Stories. One of Talkspace's licensed therapists will answer these questions daily. They are also gathering all of the past q+a’s on their COVID-19 Story Highlight on Instagram. Learn more here: https://www.instagram.com/stories/highlights/17849348944898241/
Learn more about Talkspace and their mission: https://www.talkspace.com
Speaker Bio: Dr. Amy Cirbus is the Director of Clinical Content at Talkspace, the leading online therapy platform. She is a New York Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a New Jersey Licensed Professional Counselor. Her areas of interest include women’s health and wellness, young adulthood, and relationships. She is a contributor to national podcasts and publications, most notably the New York Times, Forbes, Glamour and Business Insider.
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