Bridging The Distance: A podcast for pandemic related emotional support
By Project Refind
This podcast tackles issues related to COVID by bringing the reality of home isolation, social distancing, and all of the challenges that go with it into a shared space for inspiration, companionship, and mental well being.
Jessica Patay, founder of We Are Brave Together (a support group for parents of special needs children) shares insight and lessons for all parents. Whether you have a special needs child at home trying to manage distance learning, or you know or support someone who does, this podcast is enlightening and inspiring for everyone. Her encouragements transcend the special needs community and offer solid parenting advice.
Dr. Kathleen Mojas deep dives into why we feel the way we do during isolation and social distancing. She shares concrete exercises to make you start feeling better, both physically and emotionally, immediately. You can find more from Dr. Mojas through her podcast: Dear Brain, Knock It Off! Podcast link: https://open.spotify.com/episode/1FQtvdg8dCNq8FypHXK6ER. As always, please send us comments, questions, or ideas to Covidscream@gmail.com
Dr. Cynthia Colon, a former admissions officer and professional college counselor, is here to answer the most common questions families with high school students have related to applying to and going off to college. Distance learning, no required SAT, no promise of schools meeting in the fall....let Dr. Colon help! A must listen for every parent and student wondering, "what now?"
Locked in with your teenager? Dr. Greg Allen is here to help with his lifetime of understanding exactly how the teenage brain is working, even in the time of COVID. He shares his wisdom and advice to help even the most frazzled parents understand and work with their teens. His advice is timeless, even when the quarantine is over and your child can RUN out the front door again.
In these times of home isolation we are getting to know ourselves, and those we are living with, better than we could imagine only a few months ago. Dr. Debbie helps slow it down so we can all find the mindset to appreciate how we all are pivoting to find our balance in our new world. Send comments or questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Psychotherapist and expert Fredda Wasserman brings much needed light and perspective to the grief and loss we are experiencing of our regular lives postponed. She has exactly the right advice to get us all through our tough moments. Send your feedback, questions, or comments to email@example.com.
Many kids ages 18-30 (and beyond) have had to unexpectedly move home. Hear from our psychiatrist, Dr. Debbie, and a 24 year old who moved back home for some insights, mentality shifts, and genuine support for the process. Any suggestions to share? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you wondering about whether or not you need to start or adjust medications for anxiety and/or depression in the time of COVID-19? Psychiatrist Dr. Debbie answers the essential questions to help you sort out if you should consult a doctor. Coming soon, episodes on techniques to manage anxiety without medication. Questions or comments? Please email email@example.com
Dr. Patric White shares his wisdom from an international consortium of psychologists dealing with COVID to help you wrap your mind around a strategy of Just For Now to manage expectations and stay grounded. Email questions and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
Dealing with home isolation and social distancing is difficult for everyone. A team of psychiatric experts are here to support you and make it possible to breathe a little easier every day. We will be tackling all kinds of topics, starting with how to manage expectations by adopting a "Just For Now" mantra. Please email questions and suggestions to email@example.com