COVID specific information
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Online Articles (newer at top)
Covid Fatigue. Global news discussion with psychologist.
5 tips for handling your mental health during a second wave of COVID-19
John Hopkins article on COVID burnout and fatigue
University of California COVID resources including dealing with COVID burnout
Preserving your mental health during COVID. Economist interview with Brene Brown
Free online book, Dr. Meichenbaum, Roadmap to Resilience.
Excellent handout regarding coping with COVID stress by the Canadian Psychological Association
Tip sheet from Institute for Disaster Mental Health (IDMH) Covid-19: Managing stress in this anxious time:
Canadian Center for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). Helpful information on coping with isolation and quarantine.
Scroll down the CAMH Covid page as they also have a good self-test regarding level of perceived stress.
Article from Psychologist-How to deal with the day to day while at home.
Dr. Russ Harris, Australian ACT psychologist has a helpful video about anxiety on YouTube about "How to respond effectively to the corona virus" The animated video is nicer than the title :)
Renowned trauma psychologist, Bessel Van de Kolk discusses personal connections and covid (other videos as well!)
Dr. Jud Brewer, neuro-psychiatrist from Brown University has created several, specific YouTube videos for Covid stress. Here's one on "How to train your brain to use kindness to create connection during a crisis & make it a habit" Here's one on How to move from a fixed to growth mindset.
The University Of Berkley, California website called Greater Good has many positive resources. This is a podcast on connection while distancing.
Yale University has released its popular Happiness Class course free to the public.
10percentHappier-Podcast, How to go easier on yourself in a pandemic with Dr. Kristin Neff