PACSW presents: Adjusting to the new normal
From lockdowns to masks and social distancing, mass vaccinations, and an ever-changing landscape of guidelines, the concept of “normal” has become fluid and elusive. Realistically, life may never return to the way it was.
For some of us, this new normal calls for acrobatics — balancing the responsibilities of work, children and hybrid learning, managing a household, and trying to re-engage in life outside the home. Those whose lives are less chaotic may be feeling lonely, unmotivated and purposeless, especially as the hope of returning to old ways of life begins to wane. The common denominator in both scenarios is disequilibrium. We all must learn how to recalibrate our lives daily; sometimes even moment to moment.
If you’ve been struggling to adjust, join the President’s Advisory Committee on the Status of Women (PACSW) for a special presentation by Alison King, LCSW. Learn concrete strategies for building resilience and endurance in the post-pandemic lifestyle by strengthening the whole self and finding equilibrium.
What: PACSW presents: Adjusting to the new normal: Resilience, endurance and whole person self-care, featuring Alison King, LCSW
When: Friday, June 4, 12-1 p.m. (PT)
- Phone: (408) 638-0968
- Meeting ID: 510.987.9837
For questions, contact Gale Sheean-Remotto.
Download an event flyer (Word doc).Tags: Alison King, PACSW, self-care, wellness