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Published On: May 2, 2020|Categories: Coronavirus, Video|

Dan Rodgers, Executive Director and Licensed Counselor for Onward Behavioral Health in eastern Pennsylvania, discusses three key coping skills to help reduce anxiety during isolation and quarantine. Stress and anxiety can sometimes lead people to self-medicate with alcohol, drugs or other unhealthy behaviors. Practicing new coping skills including a healthy perspective, physical exercise and personal connections can help to reduce feelings of anxiety.

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