Dr. Schroeder – How to Handle Anger and Physical Symptoms of Anxiety During COVID-19 Pandemic
Throughout the month of April, Clinical Psychologist Dr. James Schroeder, Vice President of Psychology and Wellness for Easterseals, has graciously agreed to join Leslie and I every Tuesday morning at 8:40 to help you deal with any mental issues you or someone you know may be having as a result of the coronavirus pandemic and the stay at home orders in place. This week, Dr. Schroeder provided advice for those who may be finding themselves getting angry over the sudden changes in their lifestyle, and how something like an upset stomach, or other gastrointestinal issues, may be a sign of anxiety.
Check out this week's complete interview with Dr. Schroeder in the player below.
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For more advice from on how to handle any uneasy feeling you may be having during this time, check out Dr. Schroeder's video below.