Featuring Elissa Smilowitz, WCWP radio, March 24, 2020
This show is a joint effort of Richard Solomon, Esq., WCWP 88.1FM, the Nassau County Bar Association, and the North Shore Child & Family Guidance Center to help all of us who are currently “sheltering in place” and “social distancing” during this difficult time.
(The Continuing Legal Education –CLE– course code appears both in the audio and visual portions of the show for those seeking credit).
Our expert is LCSW Elissa J. Smilowitz who discusses the psychological perspectives of the current pandemic. Questions were submitted in advance of the broadcast and involve establishing routines, reducing news consumption, taking care of yourself, the reality of children at home while parents need to tele-commute and other dimensions of the current situation. For attorneys, this is a opportunity to listen to a very timely CLE.
Speaking of CLE credit – you can find other classes from the Nassau County Bar Association on this channel using the following links:
Nassau County Bar Association’s (NCBA) CLE on the radio 2019 – Electronic Discovery 101 https://youtu.be/beK0GdpaJaQ NCBA CLE– 11-18-19
Part 1 of 2 –Thriving in the Music and Entertainment Business https://youtu.be/wh5tAvE9knw
Part two: https://youtu.be/zh0x6FeIMRY for more information, please visit: http://northshorechildguidance.org/
Please note that Elissa is the coordinator of triage and emergency services making her highly qualified to discuss this topic.
This class is appropriate for everyone facing the challenges of the outbreak and are looking for validation of the difficulties and strategies to stay calm and move forward. Stay safe and please follow all guidelines published by the various authorities.