Spectrum Health Gerber Memorial seminar to help beat pandemic isolation, loneliness with hope, mental wellbeing
FREMONT, Mich., March 24, 2021 – Spectrum Health Gerber Memorial is offering a free virtual seminar to help those experiencing isolation and loneliness during the pandemic. The event is on April 8, from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Part of Gerber Memorial’s “Healthy Minds, Healthy Bodies” series of free seminars, Jenny Longfellow, life purpose and spiritual coach, Community Hope Christian Counseling Center, will discuss ways to maintain mental health as people maintain social distancing. Longfellow will share tips and techniques to shift mindsets and regain control of thoughts in order to live life with purpose.
The seminar can be viewed on a smartphone or on a computer, laptop or tablet. To join the seminar, register by calling 231.924.3073. your mobile device or compute
“During the pandemic, about four in 10 adults in the United States have reported symptoms of anxiety or depressive disorder, and Gerber Memorial is excited to offer a free seminar that can help people cope, find hope and maintain their mental wellbeing,” said Jena Zeerip, Gerber Memorial community programs supervisor. “With social distancing and self-isolation becoming a new normal for people to stay safe and minimize the spread of COVID-19, many people find themselves battling with boredom, isolation and loneliness. Our message to families and individuals in our communities is that we can regain hope even in these challenging times.”