Those if you who have IPad and access to APPLE TV, can see the 12 exceptional videos of OPRAH TALKS on COVID 19, of emotionally addressing the challenges of the pandemic.
I recommend it strongly.
It also illustrates how individual STORIES can be utilised for empowering people with emotional health skills.
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OPRAH Talks COVID 19.
How can we mindfully move through a crisis while holding on to ourselves and our humanity?
In this series, OPRAH has famous conversations with experts and everyday people to provide insight, meaning, and tangible advice for the human spirit.
IDRIS ELBA and SABRINA DHOWE
Oprah speaks with Idris Elba and his wife Sabrina Dhowe, about living with COVID-19.
Pastor WINTRY PHELPS
Exploring the spiritual meaning of his moment, Oprah invites her longtime friend to offer words of wisdom, peace and strength.
MONICA MAGGIONI and Dr.MARC VEERGANO
As the world watches Italy to better understand the virus, Oprah talks to a journalist and a doctor on the frontlines in that country.
The uplifting MC talks about #ClubQuarantine, the online party bringing people together. Plus, Oprah shares a viral video that caught her eye.
ANTHONY RAY HINTON
He spent 30 years on death row before being exonerated. Now, Hinton joins Oprah to share his wisdom about coping with confinement.
Dr. EDITH EVA EGER
An Auschwitz survivor who became a psychologist specializing in trauma, Dr.Eger gives guidance on processing this time of crisis.
CHEF JOSE ANDRES and CLAIRE BABINEAUX-FONTENOT
World Central Kitchen’s founder and Feeding America’s CEO announce America’s Food Fund, a special fund for those impacted by COVID-19.
Dr. JON KABAT-ZINN
At this time of unprecedented global anxiety, a pioneer in mindfulness techniques joins Oprah to discuss finding peace in the moment.
EMILY FAWCETT, ,XENIA GREENE and IDARA INOKON
Nurses from Manhattan, Brooklyn and the Bronx tell Oprah how they are coping on the frontlines of COVID-19 b in America’s epicenter.
AMY FINNEGAN and DONELLA JAMES
With COVID-19 cases surging in Detroit and New Orleans , Oprah speaks to nurses from each city about hope, fear and how we can all help.
A foremost trauma expert discusses strategies to regulate stress and calls on these with privilege to serve others.
The author reveals how he survived seven years of isolation in solitary confinement by turning his cell into a space of creativity and learning.