Strategies and Tools for Staying Connected, Safe and Strong
A Webinar Presented by Jill Dorsi, LCSW
- Behavioral health: stress, fear, and anxiety reactions, loneliness and isolation, grief
- Time Management, personal focus: Developing a meaningful routine to mitigate panic, boredom, and restlessness; developing new interests, maintaining and enhancing skills.
- Safe practices: Communicating the facts of an emergent situation: modeling safe practices, providing information in accessible formats, developing and practicing processes for worst case scenarios; assuring/overseeing physical health and safety of individuals supported and themselves.
- Telehealth: effective use of telehealth services for assessment, counseling, crisis management.
Bibliography for webinar, “Overcoming Challenges and Nurturing Resilience”
The following are helpful links discussed during the Managing Challenges and Nurturing Resiliency webinar. Click the Download Resource button in the sidebar to download a PDF of this information and the powerpoint presentation discussed during the webinar.
American Psychological Association: Growth After Trauma.
American Psychological Association: Building Your Resilience.
Centers for Disease Control: Coronavirus.
Centers for Disease Control: COVID-19 Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities.
Harvard University Center on the Developing Child: How to Help Families and Staff Build Resilience During the COVID-19 Outbreak.
Johns Hopkins: Benefits of Telemedicine.
Mayo Clinic: Mindfulness Exercises: See How Mindfulness Helps You Live in the Moment.
NY Project Hope: Coping with COVID
University of California at San Francisco, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences: Coping Exercises.
University of Massachusetts Medical School: Mental health concerns rise as COVID fatigue deepens.