Coping & Thriving Webinar Series

As crises arise, we have to change our way of coping and adjusting. Change can sometimes feel overwhelming and difficult to navigate. mySupport has partnered with the Family and Caregiving Programs & Wellness Programs to bring you the Coping & Thriving Webinar Series. Through webinars on various topics, we hope to provide tips, tricks, and techniques to help you cope, heal and thrive through the crises we face.

For additional guidance on receiving emotional support and daily life assistance, visit the mySupport page or contact us at 443-997-7000, option #2 or click here to schedule an appointment.

Upcoming Webinars

What we Think & Say Matters: How Unconscious Stigma May Worsen Our mental Health

Mental health stigma remains a barrier for the recognition and treatment of mental illness, including amongst health care providers and staff. Often due to this unconscious messaging, many are missing out on opportunities for relief. During this webinar we will discuss stigma, “burnout”, and where the research stands.

Presenter, Julia Riddle, MD is currently an assistant in the department of psychiatry pursuing a postdoctoral fellowship in reproductive mental health at the Women’s Mood Disorder Center at Johns Hopkins.

Wednesday, May 19th @ 3 p.m.

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Mental Health Awareness & Ethnic Minority Clients

Racial/ethnic, gender, and sexual minorities often suffer from poor mental health outcomes related to accessibility of high quality mental health care services, cultural stigma surrounding mental health care, discrimination, and overall lack of awareness about mental health. This multimedia webinar examines the mental health needs, concerns, rights, and responsibilities of ethnic minority clients.

Presenter, Norma Day-Vines, Ph.D., serves as Associate Dean for Faculty Development in the School of Education at Johns Hopkins University and maintains appointment as Professor of Counseling and Human Development.

Tuesday, May 25th @ Noon

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Here 4 U: JH Online Peer Support Group for WOmen

Women often feel overworked and overwhelmed. After all, you have a lot on your plate. And you may feel like that plate is overflowing with demands since the pandemic hit. It’s important to recognize how COVID-19 may be impacting your life and relationships so you can take steps to improve your wellbeing. Women can join a safe space to talk about how they’re doing emotionally. They’ll also hear how others are coping with COVID-19 and everything else. During this one-hour online discussion, women will have the chance to:

  • Connect with their peers to share how they’re dealing emotionally amid COVID-19
  • Talk about social isolation and the virtual environment
  • Build coping skills and resilience

Spots are available on a first come, first served basis. Please register as soon as possible if you’re interested. We want women to bring their thoughts, feelings and questions. And remember: You and all your household members can call us 24/7 for in-the-moment support and resources.

Wednesday, May 26th @ 1pm

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CARE@WORK: HOW IMPROV CAN IMPROVE YOUR WORK & LIFE

Kelly Leonard is a longtime creative executive at The Second City, the world’s premier comedy theatre, and he’s going to show us how improvisation can give individuals and groups the skills they need to succeed in the future of work. He has collaborated with behavioral scientists to come up with exercises that are rooted in evidence and applicable in work and life. Kelly will share how you can use the power of storytelling to win over audiences and practical ways to improve collaboration, creativity, and resilience. Fun and laughter encouraged.

Monday, June 14th @ Noon

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Recurring Webinars

Daily Mindfulness Sessions

Led by Neda Gould, PhD, these mindfulness sessions are accessible to Hopkins Faculty and Staff during the COVID crisis.

Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays at 12:00 PM

Tuesdays & Thursdays at 9:00 AM

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WORK STRIDE: MANAGING CANCER AT WORK EMPLOYEE SUPPORT GROUP

Work Stride oncology nurse navigator Rose Wolfe host this monthly support group for employees who are  managing cancer. This group offers cancer-related information and education as well as answering your specific questions.

For more information, contact  Rose at 844-446-6229 or ManageCancer@jh.edu.

First  Wednesday of Every Month, 12pm-1pm

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WORK STRIDE: MANAGING CANCER AT WORK CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUP

Work Stride oncology nurse navigator Rose Wolfe host this monthly support group, offering cancer-related information and education as well as answering your specific questions.

For more information, contact Rose at 844-446-6229 or ManageCancer@jh.edu.

Second Wednesday of Every Month, 12pm-1pm

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PARENTING: WE ALL NEED SUPPORT

The JH Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences is offering free Zoom support groups for Johns Hopkins employees. Please join us for 30-minute COVID-19 support groups offered weekly.

  • Tuesdays at 5:00 pm: Sneha Jadhav, MD
  • Wednesdays at 12:00 pm: Krista Baker, LCPC

For all groups, please use the following Zoom link: https://jhjhm.zoom.us/j/95338395683
Meeting ID: 953 3839 5683
Passcode: Support

Equal Parts Podcast from Care@Work

Brought to you by Care.com, Equal Parts is a podcast for working parents who are trying to balance it all while caring for the people they love — including themselves. Being a working parent is hard. But you do it for the ones you care for, because they’re the ones you care most about. You can never be prepared for everything that is thrown your way — whether at work or at home. But, the Equal Parts podcast will try to make this a little easier for you. We will talk to experts, authors, and parents who will share their insights, advice, and tips on how to navigate parenthood and professionalism — at the same time.

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On-Demand Webinars