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Authority Magazine | Female Disruptors: Dr Jody Carrington on The Three Things You Need to Shake Up Your Industry

A Q & A with Dr. Jody.

CTV Vancouver | Growing Trend: Social Media Burnout

Dr. Jody talks social media burnout.

The Marilyn Denis Show | What happened when a psychologist and her entire family contracted COVID-19

With 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.

CTV Edmonton | 'Just breathe, just for one second': Coping with spiking stress levels amid tragic events

“When hard things happen we get scared, we get irritable,” Dr. Jody Carrington told CTV Morning Live Edmonton. And in times like these, Carrington says it’s okay to get mad with the world around us.

CTV Edmonton | Dealing with anxiety and anger in tragic times

With Dr. Jody Carrington.

CTV Edmonton | Be brave, kind and positive through COVID-19: psychologist

COVID-19 is creating a lot of stress. From health concerns to the slowing economy, physical distancing and school closures, many people are struggling. Dr. Jody Carrington has a recipe for dealing with the pandemic.

CTV Edmonton | Staying positive during a pandemic

With Dr. Jody Carrington.

Global News Edmonton | Imposter syndrome hitting high-achieving students: ‘I feel like it was a fluke’

Psychologist Jody Carrington says connection is key to overcoming imposter syndrome. It’s even helped her when she’s doubted her abilities as a mother.

Global News Canada | Helping children mourn: ‘If you’re old enough to love, you’re old enough to grieve’

We were much better at supporting people in grief back in the “old days,” according child psychologist and author Jody Carrington. When there was a loss in the community, we packed up the kids and went where we were needed to offer food, music, love and support. And in times like these, Carrington says it’s okay to get mad with the world around us.