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Part of Wake Up Narcolepsy’s mission is to provide supportive resources for people with Narcolepsy and their families. During this time of massive daily life alterations, we want to continue to offer those resources.
We are all going through a traumatic event together and as we are adapting to a new normal within our homes some may find it difficult to create structure.
We created a miniseries called Doing Life During COVID-19 to address different aspects of daily life we may need extra support with during this time.
Our fifth episode in our Doing Life During COVID-19 miniseries is addressing trauma, grief, isolation during the time of a global pandemic. Wake Up Narcolepsy's Executive Director, Claire Crisp has a conversation with Dr. Cynthia Eriksson, Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology and Chair the PsyD Program at Fuller Theological Seminary and Dr. Alison Wong, Assistant Professor of Marriage and Family Therapy and Director of Research of Fuller Psychological and Family Services at Fuller Theological Seminary.
Claire, Dr. Eriksson and Dr. Wong cover how to recognize the emotions you are feeling during a traumatic global pandemic, tips on how to acknowledge your feelings, how to reduce stress, how to grieve and finally ways to find support. This conversation specifically focused on people with narcolepsy and families with PWN.
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