Coronavirus and Anxiety: How to Stay Calm in the Midst of the Storm
Online “Conquer Coronavirus” Workshop Aims to Quash Growing Public Anxiety, Fear
Toronto life coach, Sara Shor
Leading Toronto life coach, Sara Shor, will be hosting an online video workshop to help the public cope with their anxiety during the COVID-19 crisis, with part of the proceeds going to Chai Lifeline Canada, which supports families of children and parents with serious illnesses.
With the World Health Organization acknowledging that the coronavirus virus crisis is causing spiked levels of public anxiety and stress, Sara Shor has announced the launch of a 30-minute group therapy boost to “fight the bug.”
The bug that Shor refers to is anxiety, stress and fear, which she said can be more potent than the actual virus itself. “The psychological impact of social distancing, quarantines, and general panic regarding the possibility of contracting the virus is in many cases causing irrational behavior that is detrimental to people’s mental health and wellbeing,” she said.
Shor will provide simple and practical advice on how to deal with these feelings, curb illogical behaviors and live life to the fullest regardless of external circumstances. “People will find that not only will these techniques help them to be calmer and happier, but will also have a positive impact on their family members and friends,” she said.
Here are the details...
WHAT: Coronavirus and Anxiety: How to Stay Calm in the Midst of the Storm – 30-Minute Online Video Workshop
WHEN: March 24 or 26 (repeat of same workshop) from 8:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
FEATURING: Leading Toronto life coach Sara Shor, who has helped hundreds of people lead a life of tranquility regardless of their challenges, will provide practical life-transforming tips on how to experience peace, joy and positivity in spite of today’s uncertain times.
COST: $13, with a percentage of proceeds going to Chai Lifeline Canada, which supports families of children and parents with serious illnesses.