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WIFD in Quarantine: How to Keep Calm and Carry On

  • Wednesday, March 25, 2020
  • 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Online Via Zoom


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The COVID-19 pandemic is unlike anything most of us have experienced.  This time of great uncertainty naturally triggers stress and anxiety for many of us.  We want you to know, you are not alone.  Together, we will get through this!

Join us for an important discussion on how to cope during the pandemic with licensed professional counselors, Callie M. Sewell and Sara Black, Wednesday, March 25th at 6:30pm.

During this free event, you’ll gain insight on stress and anxiety, their effects on the brain and body, and the best ways to reduce them for healthier, happier living. 

You’ll also learn how to access more peace through a brief mindfulness meditation led by Anietie Antia-Obong, yoga instructor and meditation facilitator.

Come with your questions and concerns.  And let’s get through this together.

How to Attend:
This event will be held using the Zoom online platform which allows participants to join using their computer or mobile device.  You must register to attend.  After registration, you’ll be sent instructions on how to join the virtual event.


Callie M Sewell, Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC

Counseling is best when it's personalized. There is no such things as a "one-size-fits-all" method to therapy. I have found that many of us have a combination of trauma and maladaptive behaviors that once explored and processed can dramatically improve the quality of life. I implement four cornerstone treatment approaches: EMDR, Mindful Movement, DBT(Dialectical Behavior Therapy) and expressive arts to calm the nervous system, resolve trauma and incorporate new behaviors.

I serve dynamic populations. I have worked in behavioral health hospitals, residential treatment centers and in managed care settings. In each of these experiences I have had the great opportunity to assist emotionally dysregulated individuals and facilitate the restoration of resilience and balance. 

Sara Black, Licensed Professional Counselor, MS, LPC-S, LCDC, CCTP

Trauma has an emotional, psychological and physical impact. I see clients who are experiencing PTSD, Psychogenic Non-Epileptic Seizures (PNES), chronic pain, illness, addiction and despair. All of these issues can be addressed; when I see my clients heal from trauma, I see them flourish in all areas of their lives! I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, Board Approved Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor, Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor, Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, Certified Mental Health Integrative Medicine Provider, Certified Dynamic Mindfulness Teacher, and EMDRIA-trained EMDR Therapist.

I utilize a variety of methods including nutritional and integrative health recommendations, trauma-focused mindful movement, expressive therapy, EMDR, positive psychology, and mindfulness-based cognitive therapy. By combining these different styles of therapy I am able to provide a unique approach specifically tailored to your individual needs.

At the core, I am a client-centered therapist, which means I believe that for you to grow, you need an environment that provides you with genuineness, acceptance, and empathy. My promise to you: I will always strive to provide an environment that incorporates these three key elements. 

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