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Caregiver Wellness Series #4 v.2: Psychological Wellness

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Caregiver Wellness: When guilt becomes an unhealthy emotion
Are you feeling guilty? The truth is it is not uncommon for caregivers to experience some level of guilt even when they know they have done all they can to support a sick or disabled loved one or client. Join us today where we will discuss guilt and explore strategies to work though guilt as a caregiver.
Guilt impacts psychological wellness, which is a part of the Caregiver Wellness: U model, a conceptual model that incorporates the movement toward social, psychological, physical, intellectual, spiritual, occupational, and financial wellness, while also incorporating the empowerment and resilience necessary to take charge of one’s health on a holistic basis. The components are not chronological; rather, they represent collective components.
According to the Caregiver Wellness: U model, being psychologically well means that a person has adequate coping skills to deal with the sometimes competing emotions associated with caring for a sick or disabled loved one or client.
Join us on September 24th @ 11 a.m. as caregiver expert Dr. Eboni Green discusses what it means to be psychologically well.