MET Community Workshop
Presented by: Dayna McCracken, M.A., RCC, Embedded Counsellor for the Faculty of Education
Topic: Coping with Uncertainty: Skills for dealing with pandemic stress while completing your degree
COVID-19 continues to bring huge interruptions to our lives. This also inevitably comes with stress around the unknown and uncertainty. Frustration, anxiety, confusion and fear are running our lives, causing us to feel overwhelmed and leaving us struggling to cope with it all.
This 50 minute workshop is intended to assist you in navigating all this uncertainty, along with helping you to develop skills in managing issues like stress, anxiety, and plummeting mood that are a result of the changes COVID-19 has created.
About Dayna McCracken
Dayna McCracken is a Registered Clinical Counsellor who is “embedded” in the Faculty of Education and is specialized in helping Faculty of Education students. Dayna provides workshops and outreach support tailored specifically to the concerns that Faculty of Education students commonly experience.
Dayna has worked as a Clinical Counsellor in a variety of settings, including non-profit agencies, provincial mental health treatment centres, public mental health clinics and private practice. Her clinical counselling experience spans across a wide range of practice areas, including issues related to anxiety, stress, depression, relationship and attachment issues, trauma, as well as work, school, and life balance.
Date: Wednesday, March 15, 2022
Time: 4.15 - 5 pm PST
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