"work-life balance" Archive

How to Get Therapy When You Can't Leave the House

October 10, 2020 is World Mental Health Day, a day for awareness, education, and advocacy against the social stigma of seeking help for mental health concerns. We are living through a year of ...

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How to Stay Optimistic When Everything Seems Wrong

Between a global pandemic, an upcoming political election, and social injustice and unrest, it’s no surprise that many of us feel less than optimistic about the world right now. Just turn on the ...

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Quarantine is Not a Competition: Self-Compassion and the Myth of “Winning”

In the following webinar from our LEARN with @LifeAfterWake platform, Wake Forest alumnus Ryan Riccordella (’15) focuses in on the realities of living through a global pandemic, the importance of ...

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5 Ways to Fight Loneliness While Working From Home

Unless you have a job role requiring you to be in-person at your place of employment, you’re likely one of the millions of people working from home. Whether you’re used to working remotely or you ...

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Stress at Work: Strategies for Prioritizing Your Mental Health

By Mark Covington (’13), LPC, Psychotherapist and PhD Candidate, Washington, DC

Mark Covington (’13)

Disconnection, dysfunction, dysregulation, and distress are what therapists and those in ...

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