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Finding Mindful Solace During a Torrid Covid Storm
Kicking off the Year of the Ox, appropriately symbolizing resilience, join us for our first-ever “blended” session – an event that brings together age-groups and USJC regions to discuss our shared experience and ways to manage our total health in a time of extraordinary trauma and crisis. With Japan experiencing one of its most dangerous months of suicide in 2020, and depression tripling among adults in the U.S., mental and emotional well-being is of dramatically heightened concern to communities and businesses all over the world. Reverend Cristina Moon and Sean Sullivan are leading experts in their respective fields of Zen Buddhism and mental health. While Cristina is a millennial, ordained Rinzai Zen priest living in Honolulu, Sean lives in the Bay Area with a mastery in digital mental therapeutics. From these diverse backgrounds, Cristina and Sean will share their experiences, inspirations, and learnings from applying old and new school approaches to not just coping, but thriving through Covid-19 and beyond.

Join us for a 30 min breakout/networking session after the fireside chat, as we're sure you will be inspired by the talks from Dr. Sullivan and Reverend Moon, and will have lots to share and discuss with your fellow USJC members and broader community!

This event is led by USJC’s O40 committee and is a collaboration across regions and age groups.

Jan 21, 2021 05:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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