Redwood Credit Union (RCU) hosted a free, 60-minute webcast titled “Self-Care and Stress Management: Tools and Best Practices for Coping with COVID-19 and Beyond.” Originally shared as one of the benefits RCU offers its Members, positive feedback spurred the organization to make the resource available communitywide and it can now be viewed on RCU’s YouTube channel.
The webcast was presented by Mary O’Neill, a licensed psychotherapist and expert on helping people cope with stress. RCU’s President & CEO Brett Martinez acted as moderator.
During the webcast, O’Neill provided guidance on how to cultivate a healthy emotional state and manage stress. She shared tools, practices, and steps for remaining calm and steady in the face of any crisis.
“Years of disasters—fires, flood, and now coronavirus—have taken a toll on our mental and emotional health,” said Brett Martinez. “Mary has been a great partner in providing training and support for our employees over the years, so we thought we’d ask her to share her wisdom in this very accessible way.”
About Redwood Credit Union
Founded in 1950, Redwood Credit Union is a full-service financial institution providing personal and business banking to consumers and businesses in the North Bay and San Francisco. RCU offers complete financial services including checking and savings accounts, auto and home loans, credit cards, online and mobile banking, business services, commercial and SBA lending, and more. Wealth management and investment services are available through CUSO Financial Services L.P., and through RCU Services Group (RCU’s wholly owned subsidiary), insurance and auto-purchasing services are also available. RCU has over $5 billion in assets and serves approximately 365,000 members with full-service branches from San Francisco to Ukiah. For more information, call 1 (800) 479-7928, visit redwoodcu.org, or follow RCU on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for news and updates.
About Mary O’Neill
Mary O’Neill, MA, MFT, is trained in humanistic psychology, positive psychology, developmental psychology, and living systems theory, and has two decades of experience as a licensed psychotherapist. She brings a unique insight into motivation and behavior, and a broad perspective of human experience and development. She’s passionate about helping people interact and communicate more effectively. For more information, visit www.maryoneill.com.