Psychological First Aid for Healthcare Workers
Are the increased stress and demands being placed on healthcare workers affecting your mental health? Psychological First Aid for Healthcare Workers is a practical course designed to give you the tools you need to help yourself and others. From noticing the signs of mental distress to finding the right supports, this course will help you navigate your way to better mental health.
Pandemic School: Mental Health for Families Learning at Home
Tips from a mental health worker in schools for you and your kids to maintain mental health when learning at home.
Practicing Mindfulness and Gratitude
Many of us had a plan for what 2020 would look like, and COVID-19 likely wasn’t included in that plan. Day to day life feels out of our control right now, but we can control our own emotional responses to this “new normal”. Practicing mindfulness and gratitude can transform the brain and help us feel more peaceful and less reactive. We can’t be anywhere else but where we are right now. Working toward accepting this new reality can put us on the path toward new strategies to deal with it.
Compassion Fatigue for Healthcare Workers
Compassion Fatigue and Vicarious Trauma have been described as the cost of caring for others in emotional pain.” COVID-19 has ramped up this job hazard for our Health Care Workers. In this 1 hour webinar we will look at understanding the signs and symptoms of CF and VT, identifying triggers, evaluating self-care and developing strategies to help mitigate the impact on our lives.
Coping with Loneliness During COVID-19
There are many ways that we can feel lonely. During this time of physical distancing, feelings of loneliness may start to feel overwhelming. Join us to learn coping strategies to help adjust to feelings of isolation.