Coping made easy

A Guide for Coping

Coping Made Easy

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There are simple ways to cope, some of which we do regularly but do not think about: dressing in ways that are comfortable and make us feel good, eating tasty and nourishing food, relaxing with a cup of tea, talking with friends, and sitting or walking in nature. Noticing what we do to cope increases its effectiveness just as appreciating what we have in life makes it feel even more precious. What have you done to cope today without thinking about it? Remember the little things as you review.

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Author: Dr. Ann Goelitz

Dr. Goelitz is a writer and a scholar with a wide scope of clinical experience, ranging from working with trauma survivors after September 11th to her role as a psychiatric social worker at a top New York hospital. For the past ten plus years, she has specialized in her private practice on cognitive behavioral therapy, dream analysis, and EMDR, helping clients navigate transitions and heal from trauma and loss. A seasoned educator, she has done extensive public speaking, published numerous articles, and co-authored an award winning resource directory for caregivers. Her soon-to-be published book, From trauma to healing, has received endorsement and accolades from leaders in the field of trauma. Her latest writing projects include a book on how to cope with stress written with both laypeople and professionals in mind. She has taught at Columbia University and Hunter College.

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