The Northeast and Caribbean MHTTC is committed to providing resources and products to support mental health providers, especially during these unprecedented times. Below you will find a list of products, webinar recordings, and future webinars targeted at mental health providers.
Getting the Supports You Need | Mental Health Providers are skilled at helping others manage emotional difficulties and crises, but how good are we at asking for help when we need it?
Integración de Prácticas de Autocuidado en la Vida Cotidiana Para Profesionales de la Salud Mental | Este seminario web describirá estrategias prácticas de autocuidado que pueden incorporarse en las prácticas y decisiones diarias de los profesionales de la salud mental. Estos incluyen administración del tiempo, establecimiento de límites, estrategias de manejo del estrés y establecimiento de metas personales.
From Surviving to Thriving: Resilience and Post-Traumatic Growth Among Mental Health Providers | This workshop targeted to mental health providers will explore the concepts of personal resilience and post-traumatic growth, including definitions and application of the ideas in personal and professional life.
Understanding and Managing our Reaction to COVID-19 | The recent events surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic have impacted mental health providers and all who provide support and care in unanticipated ways. This webinar provides a brief overview of how the body can react to the stress and trauma related to COVID-19.
Provider Wellbeing During a Public Health Crisis | A public health crisis can cause distress for all involved, including providers of behavioral health services. Attending to your personal wellbeing during this time is just as important as supporting the individuals you serve. Providers are encouraged to be aware of the toll that working with others in distress can have on their own mental wellbeing.
Engaging with Clients Over the Telephone and Using Texts | Amid the current COVID-19 social distancing and stay-at-home orders many behavioral health providers have quickly shifted their primary interactions with clients to remote engagement. For some, this means using video conferencing software to simulate an in-person meeting. However, for many people access to a computer or tablet and reliable internet service is not available. For these individuals you may need to engage with them primarily, or solely, through the phone via voice calls or texts. This tool will provide information about strategies for quality engagement with clients using the phone.
Support Strategies for Supervisors and Providers During COVID-19 | The Northeast and Caribbean Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (MHTTC) has been hosting mutual support calls for mental health supervisors and direct service providers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Included in the document are tips and resources that supervisors have shared with us over the last few weeks to address the challenges of providing supervision during this current crisis.
Taking Care of Yourself During a Public Health Emergency | Coping with a public health emergency can be stressful and worrisome. You may have to deal with uncertainty, concerns about your health and the health of your family and friends, a change in your routine, limited access to needed resources, and more. Thankfully there are steps you can take to care of yourself during difficult times. There are also services and supports available if you need a higher level of emotional care.
Tools for Behavioral Health Professionals During a Public Health Crisis | A public health crisis can cause distress for all involved, including providers of behavioral health services. Attending to your personal wellbeing during this time is just as important as supporting the individuals you serve. Providers are encouraged to be aware of the toll that working with others in distress can have on their own mental wellbeing.