ID

ALCE-203NP

Authors as Published

Crystal Tyler-Mackey, Extension Specialist, Community Viability, Virginia Tech, and Alan Rasmussen, Prevention Specialist, Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services

This resource is available as a video only. 

In this session we will share tips for being resilient and ways to maintain your physical, emotional and mental balance during COVID-19. We will also discuss emotional/distress reaction patterns, as well as qualities and characteristics of resilient people. All of this can be learned and practiced to improve one's ability to be resilient and move forward in the right direction during times of adversity.

For more videos in this series, visit Balancing Life

More COVID-19 resources can be found at COVID-19.


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Publication Date

May 11, 2020