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Resources for Coronavirus (COVID-19)

National Suicide Hotline:
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Kathryn's Top Tips

Feeling safer starts with calming the mind. Vergence exercises flex the occular nerve behind our eyes which turns on our parasympathetic nervous system to calm our brain and body. Practice this exercise daily for 3 minutes.

*Headphones required*

When our brain senses danger, it can tend to get stuck in a cycle of anxiety or worry. We can't calm our external world right now, but we can actively calm our body and mind with biolateral music.

The coronavirus is out of our control. This makes us feel helpless and hopeless. Learn more about how to bring structure, consistency, and control back to your life now. 

Staying safe at home during this pandemic impacts our regular daily movement. Get up, move your body a little, and feel that aliveness come back with free bilingual dance lessons on Instagram Live from Matthew Armstrong + Lux Boreal. 

Additional Resources

Contact Kathryn for a free 20-minute consultation

Keri (Kathryn) Sills-Payne, Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist #111236
Supervised by Rawna Romero, LCSW #41466

Practicing through the auspices of Grateful Heart Holistic Therapy Center, a nonprofit organization providing affordable psychotherapy services to adults, children & adolescents, couples and families throughout the greater San Francisco Bay Area.

 

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