Wellness Webinars

Join the Discussion Webinar - Parenting School-Aged Children; Parenting Tips (different dates for different age grouped children)

Parenting is one of the most important jobs anyone can do.  The pandemic, along with other societal concerns, added to the questions and difficult choices that parents have had to face.  Keeping up with the energy-consuming aspects of parenting over the last 12 months may have you seeking to reboot your energy and parenting skills.  Carebridge is offering a series of parenting meetings to assist you with skills to address parent needs at different points of time in your child's development.  Self-care will be stressed as parent-child relationships flourish when parents care for themselves as well as their kids.  This session will allow for a brief lecture and a good amount of time for chat-in communication with the facilitator.  Participants will not be able to be identified and can contribute questions, comments, and share suggestions anonymously.  Tips to focus on identifying your child's needs, fostering interests and talents, recognizing signs/symptoms of learning challenges and mental health concerns, modeling skills for developing respectful relationships, assuring stranger and cybersecurity safety, intervening with bullying, addressing home struggles, and more.

Stress Check-In: Habits that Support a Positive Mindset - Wednesday, April 21, 11am-12pm

Presented by Carebridge. Having a positive mindset provides many benefits, one of which is helping you focus on setting goals and overcoming obstacles towards that goal.  Join this session to learn habits that contribute to a "can do" mindset.

Anti-Inflammatory Diet - Thursday, April 29th, 12-1pm

Presented be Einstein Registered Dietitian, Megan Carrier.  This webinar will focus on how to decrease inflammation, or swelling, in our lives.  Join this webinar and learn what foods and activities can decrease the aches and pains in our bodies.  We'll also talk about what specific herbs and spices you can use to help with inflammation!

  • To register, e-mail Megan at CarrierM@einstein.edu and she will send you the Zoom link directly!

Student Loan Forgiveness - Multiple Dates

The Good News:  If you are enrolled correctly in the Federal Student Loan Forgiveness Program (PSLF), then you get credit toward forgiveness for every month you pay $0 during the Covid forbearance period.  

The Bad News:  Statistics tell us only 2% of people are properly enrolled.  Don't miss this opportunity to properly enroll now!

Join one of the following webinars to find out how much loan forgiveness you qualify for, if you are enrolled correctly, what you can do about it, and more:

  • When (3 sessions to choose from):
    • Session 1: Tuesday, May 4th from 12:00 – 1:00 PM
    • Session 2: Wednesday, May 5th from 7:00– 8:00 PM
    • Session 3: Thursday, May 6th from 1:00 – 2:00 PM
  • Where: On your computer - registrants will get an e-mail link to join the meeting online
  • How to Sign-up: Click here

For more information or questions, visit www.apollogroupSLF.com or call 610-660-4417.

Coping with Worry and Anxiety (pre-recorded webinar)

Click here to watch this pre-recorded webinar.  Occasional anxiety is a normal part of life, yet some people spend their time thinking about "what ifs" and worst-case scenarios.  Chronic worry can sap a person's emotional energy and expressed verbally, anxiety includes inner thoughts and mental imagery.  This seminar will help attendees recognize anxiety as a mental health condition and learn strategies, such as mindfulness, for overcoming chronic, negative thoughts and habits.  Helpful resources will also be provided.

Recognizing and Avoiding Burnout (pre-recorded webinar)

Click here to watch this pre-recorded webinar.  Are you burned out and how do you know for sure?  Participants will learn the many phases of burnout starting with how to recognize patterns, identify stressors, gauge how you feel and evaluate needs and wants.  Learn how to get back on track in proactive ways, learn to invest in worry appropriately and create a positive plan going forward.