Resources for Coping with Covid-19 

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Recommendations and resources from the American Psychological Association

 

Links to resources on general coping strategies:

 

Links to some specific activities for entertainment and distraction

 

Recommendations for the transition to teaching online, for faculty, from the Higher Education Today blog:

https://www.higheredtoday.org/2020/03/30/guideposts-covid-19-learning-transition/?_cldee=cGFzemtAYWRsZXIuZWR1&recipientid=contact-a0f9a2d7d11ae511ac970050569e5b20-d495348d3cda4482b57f541c29e66615&utm_source=ClickDimensions&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=HENA%202020&esid=24f0e96c-8a72-ea11-8124-005056866fb1

 

Covid-19 Resources in Several Languages

Our colleagues at ISH have assembled a collection of new scripts and trances for working in with people who are experiencing stress in response to COVID-19.  The collection includes resources for patients who have been infected, loved ones of those infected, people worried about possible contagion, and health care providers serving these individuals. The resources are in different languages, developed by ISH members from countries around the world. The link takes you to their page dedicated to COVID-19: Hypnosis Resources for People and Colleagues in Difficult Times:
https://www.ishhypnosis.org/news-events/news/

 

For Health Care Providers

 

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