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Stress & Coping During the COVID-19 Pandemic

April 02, 2020

Speaker:
David Zuniga, PhD, MDIV, MA

When:
Thursday, April 2, 2020 12:00 - 1:00 pm (CST)

Covid-19 has completely adjusted our daily routines and impacted every aspect of our lives including social, physical, emotional and economic changes. Cancer patients and their loved ones know all too well about adapting, and our goal, even during this time of unprecedented global challenge, is to continue providing the skills and resources necessary to maintain healthy survivorship.

As we personally and professionally adjust to the uncertain times caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Texas Oncology Foundation has adjusted our focus to continue to fulfill our mission of supporting cancer patients and their loved ones by adapting and enhancing some existing virtual programs. This webinar is one of many in a series that will provide our usual recommendations for healthy living after a cancer diagnosis, but will provide additional tools for coping as we face social distancing, limited food supplies, and nation-wide business closures.

In this webinar, David Zuniga, PhD, MDIV, MA, presents his thoughts on stress and coping during the COVID-19 pandemic, exploring practical coping mechanisms and techniques for cancer patients and caregivers (both lay and professional).

David Zuniga, PhD, MDIV, MA, is a licensed psychologist practicing in Austin, Texas. His expertise includes mindfulness, spiritual integrative counseling, grief, loss, and wellness. Dr. Zuniga is a writer and speaks internationally on topics related to mindfulness and psychology. He has been honored to speak at some of the leading academic conferences in the world, Dr. Zuniga provides workshops and talks covering a wide array of subjects to audiences with diverse needs and interests, making the information relevant to all cancers and chronic or incurable illnesses.


For upcoming webinars visit www.TexasOncologyFoundation.org.