Emotional and Family Well-being while temporarily working from home
Interview with Dr. Gilbert Parra, Associate professor in Child, Youth and Family Studies, Clinical Psychologist and Marriage and Family Therapist. As faculty and staff members who are used to working from their offices and labs find themselves temporarily working from home may experience unanticipated challenges to emotional and mental well-being and to their family well-being. These are uncertain times and uncertainty is often accompanied with disruption and change that can lead to feelings and thoughts that can contribute to fear, hopelessness, and despair and to distress in relationships. These kinds of thoughts and feelings are normal.
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