Accentuate the Positive

It has been a long, hard road navigating the countless challenges brought on by the pandemic. Even those of us who considered ourselves resilient or believed that we had strong coping mechanisms often found ourselves plagued with anxiety, self-doubt and fears about the future.

But, as we seek a path to a brighter day, there are approaches we can utilize that will help us to open our minds, challenge our preconceptions and break some of the bad habits we may have developed over the past year of isolation and social paralysis.

Accentuate The Positive  borrows from clinical and spiritual practice, academic, corporate and self-help teachings in providing us tools we can use to be more positive and productive including:

  • Time Management
  • Value Theory
  • Personal Organization
  • Emotional Vocabulary
  • Journal Writing
  • Creative Visualization

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Samaritans Master Class

Drawing on its 70 years of experience, Samaritans Master Class Series offers healthcare providers an opportunity to explore in-depth many of the core issues at the heart of helping people through the provision of emotional support and suicide prevention services, including how our own attitudes, behaviors, beliefs and perceptions directly impact the quality of our responses to those we treat and care for.

On Becoming a Better Person–The Basics of Befriending

Thursday, April 8, 1-2 pm

Samaritans approach to helping people (a mix of academic, clinical and spiritual schools of thought) is at the heart of the services provided by hundreds of hotlines and crisis centers around the world (from Australia and Brazil to France, Great Britain, Serbia, Thailand and Zimbabwe).  Grounded in non-judgmental, empathetic communication, Samaritans befriending techniques prepare a caregiver to respond to anyone, with any kind of problem.

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Samaritans Public Education Program is provided with funding from Queens Council Members: Adrienne E. Adams, Barry Grodenchik, Robert Holden, Peter Koo, Paul Vallone; and NYC Council Members: Robert E. Cornegy Jr., Chaim M. Deutsch, Vanessa L. Gibson, Mark Gjonaj, Stephen T. Levin, Farah N. Louis, Bill Perkins, Keith Powers, and Carlina Rivera.