I’ll make this short and sweet.
Last week I promised to develop more, free resources for those struggling with anxiety and depression due to the current, covid-19 crisis.
I’ve spent the bulk of my time this week working on delivering that promise.
Below, you will find a link to the new e-course entitle “How to Stay Resilient in a Crisis.”
It draws upon material developed by me and also Skip MacCarty, DMin, another stress management expert and producer of the “Stress Beyond Coping” stress management series.
It is available for FREE, with no login or registration required, below. Click the button below to go straight to the course content.
Keep well and safe, everyone. We’re all in this together.
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Dr. Pamela Coburn-Litvak has published research articles on exercise and stress in Neuroscience and Neurobiology of Learning and Behavior. Her latest book, Leaving the Shadowland of Stress, Anxiety, and Depression, was published in 2020.
After receiving a Ph.D. in Neurobiology and Behavior from the State University of New York at Stony Brook, she served as both Assistant Professor of Physiology & Pharmacology and Special Assistant to the Vice President for Research Affairs at Loma Linda University in Loma Linda, California. She then joined the Biology department at Andrews University and developed courses in human physiology as well as the neurobiology of mental illness. She also founded Rock @ Science LLC, a company that specializes in health and science education and web development. She co-developed the brain and body physiology segment of the Stress: Beyond Coping seminar with its creator, Dr. William “Skip” MacCarty, DMin.
Dr. Coburn-Litvak currently lives in California with her husband. Their two daughters are mostly grown and attending school elsewhere.
When she’s not studying or teaching about stress, she enjoys stress-relieving activities like puttering around the garden, taking nature walks with her family, knitting, cooking, and reading.