SCEH Covid 19 Webinar Added Date


Due to high demand, we have added a second live webinar on this topic. This new date and time will also better accommodate our global members.  

SCEH Covid 19 Webinar:

SCEH is offering the following webinar, in cooperation with the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, as a public service for our members and students, faculty, staff and instructors at TCSPP, Saybrook University, University of Washington, and Baylor University.  There is no cost to attend.

Supporting Optimal Coping with the Anxiety and Stress of the Covid-19 Pandemic

NEW DATE ADDED:  Wednesday, April 8, 2020

8:00 - 9:30 AM PT / 10:00 -11:30 AM CT / 11:00 AM -12:30 PM ET

Sponsored by the Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis and The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. 
This webinar will be held via Zoom.

About the Webinar

Many Americans are reporting anxiety and a sense of stress about the COVID-19 pandemic. The health threat, the disruption of usual schedules and activities, and the lack of control over rapidly changing life-events all are undermining individual's sense of safety and self-confidence. Rapid fire media attention to the global impact of the pandemic is heightening the sense of urgency and threat for the general public. Individuals with pre-existing emotional and psychiatric disorders are reporting exacerbations of their symptoms and usually calm individuals are reporting preoccupation and anxiety.

This webinar will bring together leading mental health experts from North American universities to discuss coping strategies, self-care skills, and lifestyle supports for emotional and physical well-being. The presenters will provide attendees with practical skills applicable for their own lives and also for their patients/clients/students.

The COVID-19 pandemic is a major threat to individuals and communities, with serious health impact and dramatic economic impact. Nevertheless, this threat can provide a useful opportunity for each person to consider current coping and to adopt new self-care habits that will provide a pathway for improved well-being long-term.


  • Donald Moss, PhD, Dean, College of Integrative Medicine and Health Sciences, Saybrook University
  • Barbara S. McCann, PhD, Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science, University of Washington
  • Gary Elkins, PhD, ABPP, ABPH, Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience at Baylor University
  • Breeda M. McGrath, PhD, Associate Campus Dean Online, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology

Presenters for Supporting Optimal Coping Covid19 Pandemic

Target Audience

SCEH members, clinical practitioners, university instructors and staff, and students. In addition to SCEH, specific invitations are being sent to members of APA Division 30 and students, faculty, staff and instructors at TCSPP, Saybrook University, University of Washington and Baylor University.

Continuing Education

Program Offers 1.5 APA CE for Psychologists and 1.5 BBS CEU for Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists, and Social Workers.  See flyer for full details.

How to Register

Click on the event flyer link below for full details or sign up.  This is being offered as a public service -- there is no cost to attend. Please note there is limited space available to attend this training live. If you are unable to attend the live training, access to the recording will be provided free of charge.

April 8th Event flyer


Registration and Confirmations - Important Note

Unlike our earlier webinars, this event will be held via Zoom. To make sure you receive your event confirmation and webinar communications, be sure to whitelist the following email addresses:

Questions about Webinar CE?

Please contact our webinar partner, the TCSPP Institute for Professional & Continuing Studies by email at [email protected] or phone at 312.467.2364.



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