Stress Management and Self-Care
Those of us who work in healthcare are used to playing the role of caretaker. However, in order to provide the best care for others, we must remember to take care of ourselves as well. Below are some resources to help with managing stress.
Maintaining Sobriety during the COVID-19 Pandemic new!
Virtual Recovery Resources from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
How Isolation can affect Recovery and how to Deal with it
Caring for Your Mental Health Despite the Coronavirus-McLean Hospital new!
Building Resilience in Response to COVID-19 for Healthcare Workers new!
Address Your Stress with Recorded Mini-Sessions!
Sanvello-Free Premium Access to App for Stress, Anxiety and Depression
Schwartz Center Resources and Videos for Healthcare Professionals Coping with COVID-19
That Discomfort You’re Feeling Is Grief-Harvard Business Review
Managing the Fear of Coronavirus-PHS-EAP
Managing Anxiety and Stress-CDC
Coronavirus and Mental Health:Taking Care of Ourselves During Infectious Disease Outbreaks-American Psychiatric Association
Coronavirus Anxiety: Coping with Stress, Fear, and Uncertainty-Help Guide
Suicide Prevention: Samaritans Helpline: 877-870-4673
Success with Stress- Daily Stress and Resilience Sessions-PHS EAP
EAP 16-Minute Chair Yoga Practice Watch anytime! Update – EAP sessions phone/video only, no in-person visits
Free access to Headspace Plus (Mediation) through 2020
Free Access to Ten Percent Happier for Health Care Workers-Corona Virus Sanity Guide
Free Access to Calm-Take A Deep Breath
Partners HealthCare Spiritual Care Resources
BWH Spiritual Care
MGH Spiritual Care
NSMC Spirituality and Wellness
NWH Department of Spiritual Care
MGH Sports Medicine Physical Therapists Provide At-Home Exercises & Stretches
How to Stay Active While You’re At Home-Sport New England
For more information or to discuss stress and resilience concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic, please contact Partners Employee Assistance Program at 1-866-724-4327.
In case of emergency, please call 911 or your local hospital emergency service.
This content was last modified on: 04/03/2020