People can manage their grief over losses brought to us by the global health crisis called COVID-19.
First, by trying to recognize their feelings like grief, and second by trying to control their emotions by imagining positive situations, and last, in attempting to put things in perspective.
Here’s the link to a presentation prepared by Flor M. Glinoga, Ph.D., a leading Clinical Psychologist, and Psychotherapist, with additional inputs from Alexander Rosete, a Certified Life Coach:
*Flor M. Glinoga, Ph.D., is a Clinical Psychologist and is the President of Altabest Management Services, a corporate training services provider. She is an internationally recognized Management and HRD Consultant. With a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and a Masters in Development Management, Dr. Glinoga has a wealth of knowledge about individual, group, and organizational behavior.
For the past 36 years, she has engaged individuals and organizations in the change process to increase their productivity, efficiency, and effectiveness to include HR Services, strategic business plan programs, develop leadership skills, and build self-mastery.
You can reach Dr. Glinoga through 09178097352 and firstname.lastname@example.org
*Alexander T. Rosete, CLC, is a certified life coach and is part of a global coaching community called Life Coach Philippines.
He is also a teacher, trainer, and consultant on communication, human resources management, and public administration. For questions and comments on life coaching, or if you have something to share with him, feel free to email email@example.com or text 0917-5332322.