It is this special time of year that we all come together and share what we are grateful for, but why do many of us not continue with these practices regularly beyond the holidays?
Gratitude is one of the easiest ways of making yourself feel good and with enough consistency of practicing gratitude; it can shift you into a “feel-good” cycle. Gratitude also helps build a strong self-esteem and many patients with SD believe practicing gratitude can be a helpful tool in coping with the emotional side effects of SD.
Please join the North Carolina Spasmodic Dysphonia Support Groups for special meeting on December 5th 2020, to discuss the benefits and regular practice of gratitude. Rebecca Cole-Turner, a retired clinical psychologist and Leader of the Greensboro North Carolina Support Group, will a lead short discussion on how to continue and evolve our practices of individual gratitude well into the new year. Afterwards, participants will be invited to share their experiences and ask questions.
Joining is easy! Register HERE You’ll receive a confirmation email containing a link to join the meeting at its scheduled time.
When Saturday, December 5th, 2020
Time 10:00 AM EST Sign-in a few minutes prior to the meeting to make sure video and audio is working properly
This virtual session will be hosted utilizing Zoom, an online meeting platform. You can participate via video or audio. This meeting is password protected to ensure your privacy.