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Managing Stress and Reasonable Hope for Healthcare Workers

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Managing Stress and Reasonable Hope for Healthcare Workers
Date and Time
Pacific (PT)

* This webinar will be presented in Spanish with simultaneous interpretation into English *

During the COVID-19 pandemic, health workers have been affected by stress, moral injuries, bereavement or loss, and exhaustion. Through this presentation, healthcare workers will receive tools to manage stressors during uncertain times and provide support to colleagues and patients.

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Learning Objectives
  • Describe the moral harm and reactions of those who live or observe violence, disturbing or traumatic situations.
  • Understand the sources of anxiety and strategies for coping with your own anxiety while helping people who lived or are living traumatic experiences.
  • Identify sources of resilience and reasonable hope in their own lives.


Patricia Navarro
Patricia Navarro

Patricia Navarro was born in Mexico and eventually immigrated to the United States when she was 12 years old. She is bicultural and fluent in English and Spanish. Patricia works with families, adults, couples, and children and specializes in relationship conflict, anger management, ADHD, anxiety, mood disorders, multiculturalism, parenting, premarital counseling, grief and loss, and many developmental disorders such as autism, learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities among children, adolescents, and adults. Before embarking on a path as a therapist, Patricia worked in the field of education as a School Psychologist. Her experience in this field brings depth to her work as a therapist. Her ultimate goal is to help others take the next step to remove any obstacles that prevent them from living life to the fullest.