Continuation of our short series on basic MHWFA skills - conducting feelings check-ins with our loved ones, especially during quarantine situations.
Chims the bear and his family have to stay in their cave. We share some techniques like tapping from our MHWFA class that can help at times when we feel stressed and anxious.
I stayed up late because I wanted to get you all this tonight <3
I read someone on the internet today say that they weren't "social distancing" - they were physically distancing. And that on the contrary it was more important than ever to socially connect, to check in with and support each other.
This really stuck with me, and I drew my ideas around it. For now, you can finish it yourself. It's a colouring sheet.
Donetta Faye (Daye) Cooper Hagel is a clinical counsellor, veteran wilderness guide, and director of the Mental Health Wilderness First Aid program on the west coast of British Columbia, Canada. Read more about her and the MHWFA on the About Us page!