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ASMP Webinar: Coping with Uncertainty – How Photographers Can Take Care of Themselves During Crisis

By March 28, 2020 March 29th, 2020 COVID-19, Strictly Business Blog, Webinars

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Wednesday, April 1st @ 3:00pmET

The COVID-19 pandemic has been devastating to the entire profession of photography. Amid cancellations, uncertainty, and unclear guidance, it’s hard to keep your head above water.

In this ASMP Webinar, Licensed Professional Counselor and therapist Mitch Isle will discuss the best ways to cope with an avalanche of bad news, both personally and professionally. Maintaining your mental health is critical during this time, and Mitch will discuss how you can make it through while maintaining your relationships and your outlook on life. Bring your questions for the Q&A following the discussion.

Register in advance for this webinar as space is limited. Upon registering, you will receive a confirmation with instructions for joining the webinar on April 1st. If you are unable to attend the live event, the webinar will be recorded and the post-webinar video link will be posted in the ASMP COVID-19 Info Hub.

Meet Guest Presenter Mitch Isle

Mitch Isle is a Licensed Professional Counselor, psychotherapist and expert in anxiety and stress resolution. He is trained in Somatic Experiencing, a mind and body-based therapy approach used to help others heal trauma and stress reactions, and develop self-awareness, emotional capacity and resiliency.

Mitch is the Founder of Communion Collaborative, a therapy and wellness practice providing whole-person care and professional collaboration. Its long-term vision is to also provide free mental health counseling and psychoeducation services for the community.

For more information about Mitch and Communion Collaborative visit www.communioncollaborative.com or email him at mitch@communioncollaborative.com.

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