Bosque Mental Health experts are seeing people experience anxiety, fear and stress from COVID-19. But there are ways to help a person cope.
The holidays can be overwhelming, and during the pandemic, some are feeling anxious. An Albuquerque mental health expert said anxiety can normal during uncertain times, and learning to manage it is key.
2020 brought strong emotions for everyone. From fear of losing a job to the stress of online school or work to social isolation from others.
Roxroy A. Reid, MSW, Ph.D., LCSW
President-Elect at Association of Social Work Boards
Roxroy A. Reid was elected president-elect of the 2021 Board of Directors of the Association of Social Work Boards, the nonprofit association of social work regulatory bodies in the United States and Canada. Reid, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, works in the emergency department at the Raymond G. Murphy Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center and is a clinician with Bosque Mental Health. He was appointed to the New Mexico State Board of Social Work Examiners in 2008 and is now chair.
The delay of the presidential votes and the overall election in general has a lot of New Mexicans experiencing “election anxiety.”
The Bosque Mental Health Executive Director Cathy Schueler said people feeling anxiety, nervousness, and depression is common for many during this election wait.
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Cathy Schueler featured in a story in the Albuquerque Journal
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There’s an old adage that “familiarity breeds contempt.”
That’s what many people describe when talking about the self-isolation imposed to stay safe from the COVID-19 coronavirus.
“They’re sheltering in place and getting on each other’s nerves because they’re not used to being together so much,” said Cathy Schueler, executive director of Bosque Mental Health.
“Those who can work from home seem to be having an easier time of it than those who lost their jobs and are now feeling the financial pinch. So they’re getting unemployment compensation, but it’s anxiety-producing and the longer this goes on, the more anxious people get,” she said.
Albuquerque businesswoman honored at ActionCOACH’s 2020 Biz X Awards
Cathy Schueler, Executive Director of Albuquerque based Bosque Mental Health Associates was recently named CEO of the Year at the 2020 Biz X Awards hosted by ActionCOACH. The Biz X Awards is an annual event honoring the best of the best small and medium-sized businesses around the world. The event, held in Nashville, Tennessee, showcases exceptional results for business owners, entrepreneurs, and their teams.
“I’m humbled to be recognized at the 2020 Biz X Awards,” said Cathy Schueler. “This recognition is more a reflection of the talented administrators and licensed therapists and the compassionate care they’ve been providing at Bosque Mental Health Associates for the last 25 years.”
Schueler has been Executive Director of Bosque Mental Health Associates for nearly 16 years. She spent some time in West Michigan attending Hope College for her bachelor’s prior to moving to New Mexico. Schueler has a Master of Arts from the University of New Mexico and a Master of Social Work from New Mexico Highlands University.
Bosque Mental Health Associates offers licensed outpatient counseling to assist families, couples and individuals since 1994.
For more about the BIZ X 2020, please visit bizxamerica.com
Steven Perich was the well-known “P” in D/P/S, the largest architecture firm in the state. As I wrote about him a few years ago, Perich was a man of intense integrity, as evidenced by his firm’s Ethics in Business Award and his Top CEO award from our publication. He and I spoke about our hopes that New Mexico would continue to grow its economy, and Perich worked tirelessly toward that end.