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Global News Morning BC | Feeling Seen: Reconnecting in a Disconnected WorldPsychologist and Author Dr. Jody Carrington shares some simple ways to stay connected, or reconnect, with those around you.
Authority Magazine | Female Disruptors: Dr Jody Carrington on The Three Things You Need to Shake Up Your IndustryA Q & A with Dr. Jody.
The Healthy | 10 Best Relationship Books of 2023 (So Far)These are the best relationship books for understanding yourself and fine-tuning your approach to navigating life with others.
Global News Morning Edmonton | Reconnecting after two years in a pandemic with Dr. Jody CarringtonDr. Jody Carrington is a familiar face to Albertans, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. She provides messages of hope, talks about how to deal with burnout and mental health issues, and how to reconnect with loved ones. Carrington joined us on Global News Morning Edmonton to talk about her new book, “Feeling Seen: Reconnecting in a Disconnected World,” which is already on the best seller list.
CTV Vancouver | Growing Trend: Social Media BurnoutDr. Jody talks social media burnout.
Global News Morning Edmonton | Staying connected while feeling disconnectedPsychologist Dr. Jody Carrington joins Erin Chalmers on Global News Morning Edmonton to discuss ways you can stay connected while feeling disconnected after a long year of the pandemic.
Global News Morning Edmonton | Tips for reconnecting from Dr. Jody CarringtonPsychologist Dr. Jody Carrington joins Global News Morning Edmonton to go over some tips for reconnecting with loved ones after the pandemic period.
The Marilyn Denis Show | What happened when a psychologist and her entire family contracted COVID-19With a 38 day quarantine, she learned first hand just how important community support is.
Global News Morning Edmonton| Emotional Strain of COVID-19
Dr. Jody Carrington on the emotional strain of marking 1 year since COVID-19 hit Alberta.
Global News Morning Edmonton | Avoiding BurnoutAs we approach the one year anniversary since the COVID-19 pandemic was declared, many people are struggling to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Psychologist Dr. Jody Carrington joined the morning news with some advice on how to keep going when things feel helpless. She also told us more about her even StAYLit! that is taking place this weekend.
Global News Morning Edmonton | Moving Forward in 2021There was so much hope as we began a New Year, but the reality is that we are still in the middle of a pandemic. It has been a very difficult 10 months for so many people, but it’s important to keep moving forward and it is crucial to stay connected with the ones we love. Psychologist Dr. Jody Carrington explains how “walk each other home.”
Global News at Noon Edmonton | Alberta Resilience Researcher Shares COVID-19 Coping AdviceAdvice for finding kindness and grace when anxiety is running high from psychologist Dr. Jody Carrington, whose own son and husband have been diagnosed with COVID-19. She joined the noon news to talk about her family experience, and how to battle shame and stress in order to stay connected.
Global News Hour at 6 Edmonton | Dr. Jody Carrington's family isolates after mixed COVID-19 test resultsAlberta psychologist Jody Carrington’s husband tested negative for COVID-19 — then 11 days later, started showing symptoms and tested positive. She spoke to our Tom Vernon from isolation about her family’s time with COVID and the importance of honouring the isolation period.
Global News Morning Edmonton | Psychologist Dr. Jody Carrington on handling the holidays — and your family — during a pandemicThe holidays can be a stressful time for a lot of people. Add to that the fact we’re in the middle of a pandemic — and may not even get to see family and friends — and many people are feeling overwhelmed. Erin Chalmers chats with psychologist Dr. Jody Carrington about some ways to help handle the holidays.
Global News | Helping kids cope through a COVID-19 ChristmasPsychologist Dr. Jody Carrington joins Global News Morning via Skype with some tips on how to help kids cope through a pandemic Christmas.
Global News Morning Edmonton | Dr. Jody Carrington on why Albertans, now more than ever, need to come together
Are you feeling overwhelmed? New COVID-19 restrictions combined with the upcoming holiday season has a lot of people on edge. Psychologist Dr. Jody Carrington joined the morning news to talk about what her family has been through and also provide some advice on how to deal with the emotions you may be facing.