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Virtual Stress Relief: ‘Parenting During These Uncertain Times’ Offered to Faculty, Staff
Uncertainty abounds in our day-to-day lives, leaving many feeling anxious, overwhelmed and looking for an outlet to help manage the added stress we’re experiencing. Carebridge, Syracuse University’s faculty and staff assistance program, is kicking off their monthly virtual stress relief sessions focused on parenting children during these uncertain times.
With school back in session, many parents and caregivers are faced with juggling work demands, remote or hybrid learning for school-aged children and caring for their families. New questions and concerns arise about how to parent in the current and the next “normal.” This virtual session is a safe and confidential place for parents/significant caregivers to ask questions to manage their own well-being, and that of their children, during these times of uncertainty.
Join Carebridge’s “Parenting During These Uncertain Times” virtual sessions, which offer support for parenting children in several age groups.
- Up to 5 years old: Monday, Sept. 21, from noon-12:30 p.m.
- 6-12 years old: Monday, Sept. 28, from noon-12:30 p.m.
- 13-18 years old: Thursday, Oct. 1, from noon-12:30 p.m.
For additional opportunities for faculty and staff, visit the University Events Calendar.