The following videos provide practice insights and strategies on a variety of topics related to the impact of COVID-19.
The Wellness society has put together a free resource workbook for Coronavirus anxiety.
Managing our stress
Pod casts you may find of interest
Does the new coronavirus from China make you a little anxious? How concerned should we be? Is it a real threat or mostly hype? In today’s podcast, Dr. John Grohol, founder and editor-in-chief of PsychCentral.com, explains what the coronavirus is, how it compares to the flu and why it seems to have hit the panic button in a lot of people. He offers tips to avoid getting sick in general, and importantly, gives advice on how to keep our anxiety levels in check when it comes to new disease outbreaks, especially in how we seek information from the media.
5 podcasts to help ease anxiety during the coronavirus crisis
ON-DEMAND WEBINAR: Supporting Children During COVID-19 Trainer: Marwa Fadol, MA, RPsych
Children’s daily rhythms of home and school life have been dramatically disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result of these changes, children may be experiencing an increase in stress and anxiety. As they navigate these experiences and feelings, it can sometimes put strain on family relationships as parents and caregivers are also navigating this new reality. This webinar explores stress in children and youth as well as key factors for fostering their resilience. Viewers will learn strategies to help support children’s attachment relationships and their physical and emotional well-being, along with strategies to cope with grief and loss.
Beyond Blue - Not Alone with Marc Fennell
When it comes to mental health, we all have our own unique stories to tell. But no matter what we are going through, there are other people experiencing it too.
From Beyond Blue, this is Not Alone. A podcast where everyday Australians talk about their mental health journey to help you with yours.
Trainer, Crisis & Trauma Resource Institute
The usual rituals and ceremonies of funerals, memorials, and gatherings provide something to hold on to when we are experiencing grief and loss. These shared experiences and connections with others hold a healing power. But now, those rituals and ceremonies are denied to us because of the necessity for physical distancing to beat COVID-19. We can’t even visit our loved ones in hospital, to hold their hands and infuse them with our loving presence. How do we deal with grief and loss during this pandemic?