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You Are a Human Being. And You Are Not Alone.

We all struggle at times in our lives, and COVID has made it difficult for all of us -- particularly those who care for others, either professionally or in our personal lives. These brief videos offer perspectives and simple tools to help yourself and to know when to ask for help from others.

Are You Really Struggling?

All of us struggle from time to time. How do I know when I need help? In this brief video, psychologist and Jung Center trustee Layla Salek, PhD, offers clear, useful guidance for all of us -- but especially those whose work involves caring for others.

Are You Experiencing Depression?

Especially during this time of increasing uncertainty, we can find ourselves without desire, caught in bleak patterns of thinking, out of balance in sleep, nourishment, and physical movement. Psychologist and Jung Center trustee Layla Salek offers practical ways of assessing the possibility you are experiencing depression -- and helpful skills for addressing it.

Are You Experiencing Anxiety?

The more we focus on worrying thoughts, the more we will feel it in our bodies -- and lose control of our ability to function in the world. Psychologist and Jung Center trustee Layla Salek offers practical ways of identifying the experience of anxiety -- and helpful skills for addressing it.

Are You Dealing with a Crisis?

Everyone deals with moments of crisis throughout their lives. And right now our worlds are full of them. In this brief video, Sean Fitzpatrick, executive director of The Jung Center, offers simple ways of navigating crises with a focus on our basic human needs.

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For more than sixty years, The Jung Center has served as a nonprofit forum for dynamic conversations on a diverse range of psychological, artistic, and spiritual topics. Our mission is to support the development of greater self-awareness, creative expression, and psychological insight—individually, in relationships, and within the community. The Jung Center provides pathways to find deeper meaning in everyday life.

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