Managing Stress, Distress, & Traumatic Stress in the COVID-19 Era

The year of the “Twin Pandemics” – COVID-19 combined with the societal stress fractures of partisan strife and systemic racism -- led to a 40% increase in mental health disorders nationally according to CDC estimates, including depression, anxiety, substance abuse, suicidality, and trauma and stressor-related disorders.  This introductory talk outlines the neuro-bio-psychological continuum of acute (but recoverable) stress sustained by the majority of us during this difficult year to depression and anxiety resulting from sustained adverse circumstances (“distress”) to the frank re-experiencing and hypervigilance that come from traumatic stress.  This talk and Q & A session will explore the nuances of assessment and intervention for these three overlapping categories of stress-reaction and help participants to formulate action plans that work for their specific practices.

Instructor:  Jason Fogler, PhD

June 2, 2021
Program will run from 9:00 am - 11:00 am
2 CE credits will be awarded.

The cost of this program is $45
Payment can be made via:
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Credit Card (you can submit your payment over the phone by calling the number below)

Payment needs to be made in full within 24 hours of registration receipt.

Once registered, a Zoom link will be sent to the email you provide below.

For more information call: 617-800-9610 or visit

Boston Child Study Center is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists.

Boston Child Study Center maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

There is no known commercial support for this program.

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