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Community Working Group's Wellbeing Hour

As part of the Drupal Community Working Group's (CWG) continuing expansion of their Community Health Team, we are pleased to welcome Dr. Michelle Drapkin, a Behavior Scientist and Clinical Psychologist, as one of our two mental health subject matter experts. This team will focus on proactive programs to help promote the overall health of the Drupal community. With the COVID-19 pandemic causing various levels of anxiety for individuals around the world, we are working to provide resources to community members.

On May 22 we met with Dr. Drapkin for a Wellbeing Hour, where she walked us through some strategies to support our wellbeing during this challenging time. Dr. Drapkin is an expert in evidence-based approaches to managing stress and anxiety and gave us a tour down a buffet of options to support our health and wellbeing. We got a taste of using present-moment awareness to manage your stress and learned about leaning into your values, changing your relationship with your thoughts, and being more intentional with communication to support your relationships (at work and home!).

About our speaker:
Dr. Michelle Drapkin is the Owner/Director of the CBT Center of Central NJ. She is one of the newest members of the CWG team helping as a mental health subject matter expert on the Community Health Team.

About the Drupal Community Working Group (CWG):
The CWG is a volunteer group whose mission is to foster a friendly and welcoming community for the Drupal open source project and to uphold the Drupal Community Code of Conduct.
 

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