Divorce can take a huge toll on a person. Cortisol increases, stress levels increase, and sleep is affected. You may even find that you miss those all-important exercise sessions. Mentally, feelings of isolation and fear can crowd out any positive or optimistic feelings. Without deliberate and active management, the adverse impact on your health and well-being can be significant.
Join us for a discussion about self-care with Amy Schillinger about the importance of self-care during divorce and ways to manage stress to stay healthy.
Also joining the conversation are Jessica Malmquist from Greenwich Law Group LLC and Pamela Rak, LCSW.
Amy Schillinger, founder of Balance Stress Management and Therapy, is a licensed marriage and family therapist, art therapist, and is trained in EMDR for trauma. Employing her three-pronged approach to improve the mental, physical and spiritual well-being, Amy specializes in relationship issues, depression/anxiety, trauma and addiction and co-occurring disorders.
Amy’s practice is skill-building and educational; she evaluates problems through indicators of traumatic stress and teaches people ways to be empowered, self-protective, self-sufficient and to improve self-esteem.
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