Mental Health Self-Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic for Health Care Workers and First Responders: Online Series

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Health care workers (HCWs) and first responders are among the most vulnerable populations to experience stress-related psychological difficulties from the COVID-19 pandemic. A wide range of mental health consequences of COVID-related stress include anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, substance abuse, burnout at work, and suicide. Several approaches are available to mitigate as well as prevent such disorders. These include self-help approaches such as mindfulness, yoga, and sleep hygiene.


As part of the New England Mental Health Technical Transfer Center, we have developed a series of interactive webinars, specifically focused on HCWs and first responders in the New England region. Topics included in the series are resilience, mindfulness, yoga, meditation, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, sleep hygiene, positivity, and substance use among HCWs in the context of COVID-related stress.


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