Staying Grounded & Mindful While Navigating Pandemic Uncertainty
SABA-DC and SABA Washington are excited to present this virtual panel on how to stay grounded and mindful as the world begins to reopen. This past year and a half has challenged our minds, bodies, and spirits in ways we could not have foreseen. At the start of the pandemic, SABA-DC hosted a panel on issues surrounding work-life balance, isolation, burnout, and stress. While many of us are beginning to get back to the activities we enjoyed pre-pandemic, we remain profoundly changed. The added stressors of prolonged quarantine and burnout, combined with the uncertainty of what the future holds, has made getting back to “normal” complicated.
Our panelists will share tips on creating and maintaining healthy boundaries, reducing stress and anxiety, and address lingering fears associated with the pandemic. We want to hear what’s on your mind, as well, so please feel free to submit an anonymous question for the panelists here. We hope you can join us for what is sure to be an informative and engaging panel.
Panelists: Binita Amin, Ph.D., Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Priya K. Tahim, Licensed Professional Counselor
Mira Chotalia, Founder & CEO of the Mira Method
Moderator: Amrita Singh, Associate Director for the Office of Graduate Careers at Georgetown University Law Center and former SABA-DC Board Member
When: Monday, July 12, 2021, 6:00 pm ET
Where: Zoom (link to be emailed to registrants)