Webinars, Live Events, and Workshops

MHA webinar: Older Adults & Isolation during COVID-19

In this webinar, MHA will discuss the strengths and weaknesses of traditional behavioral health services in meeting the needs of this population, particularly around social isolation. He will also share information about how peer support and peer-delivered services can make an impact on their wellbeing and sense of connection.

MHA webinar: Wellness Routines for Uncertain Times

This webinar is designed to create space for participants to explore reaching their new or reimagined wellness goals.

MHA webinar: Peer, Friend and Self Support in the COVID-19 Crisis: How to Provide Support for Ourselves and Others Through Times of Fear and Isolation

This webinar speaks directly to skills and techniques we can utilize to maintain our collective health and provide the support we all need to cope with this time of fear, anxiety, and isolation. The techniques developed in behavioral health peer support can be adjusted and combined with new ideas developed by each of us in order to rise to the occasion.

MHA webinar: Building Resiliency to Isolation & Loneliness: How to Increase Our Resiliency During the COVID-19 Crisis

This webinar will discuss the crisis we face physically, cognitively, and emotionally in the time of COVID-19.

PsychU webinar: Impact of Novel Coronavirus Pandemic on Mental Health

In this webinar, Paul Gionfriddo, President of Mental Health America, and Christine Moutier, MD, psychiatrist and Chief Medical Officer for American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, discuss the impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on mental health with Stephen Murray, PharmD, MBA, Senior Medical Science Liaison for Otsuka Pharmaceutical Development & Commercialization, Inc.

Yale webinars: Using emotional intelligence to combat COVID-19 anxiety

In a series of webinars starting March 25, the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence will address ways of maintaining emotional health and building resilience.

Smithsonian Workshop: Meditation and Mindfulness

The Smithsonian Institution is offering free 30-minute online meditations four times each week led by DC-based meditation teachers, starting Monday, March 23. These free sessions are appropriate for all levels of practitioners. No previous experience is required.