Strategies for Managing Anxiety and Fear for You and Your Children

2020 NAGC COVID-19 Response Sponsor
This webinar is
made possible by funding from:
New York Life Foundation 

March 24, 2020 | 2:00 p.m. Eastern | 11:00 a.m. Pacific (1 hours)

Presentation Description

The good news is that your anxiety and fear reflexes are doing exactly what they are designed to do, alert you. You're most likely facing changes in your work and homelife routines which can cause you to feel anxious, scared, frustrated and many other feelings. This webinar will offer strategies to help you manage your anxiety and fear as you navigate reorganizing your day to day routines during the Covid-19 pandemic.


About the Presenter

Melissa Lunardini, M.A., MBA, is the owner of Tribal Grief, LLC a consulting company that delivers education and programming specializing in grief and loss. She has dedicated over a decade to supporting grieving children, teens, and their families. As the former Children’s Bereavement Manager for the Elizabeth Hospice, she developed the most comprehensive suite of children's bereavement services in San Diego. These services include program development of year-round grief support groups; school-based groups and directing two summer grief camps. She enjoys presenting nationally and locally on topics related to childhood bereavement. Melissa strives to remain active with current trends and emerging research within the field of Thanatology. She is a National Training Consultant for the Boys and Girls Club of America. She sits on committees for National Alliance for Grieving Children and National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization. During her free time, she volunteers as an advocate with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.


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