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Academic, Personal, and Professional Toolkit for COVID-19:
Managing Emotions in the COVID-19 Era

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Managing the Emotional Impact of COVID-19 Resources

It is common to experience feelings of anxiety, depression, guilt, grief, and other emotions during times of uncertainty.  As you tackle academic, personal, and professional responsibilities, take time to care for your own well-being.  These resources and articles can help you cope and build resilience to thrive during difficult times.

Website Resources:  Student Assistance Program and Mental Health Resources
Walden University Services

Video: Stress, Anxiety, and Coping During the Coronavirus Epidemic
Featured:  Dr. Sreeroopa Sarkar, Walden Program Director

Article: Strategies to Support Teacher Well-being and Retention Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic
Walden University

Article: The Effects of COVID-19 on Minority Mental Health
The Weekly Challenger
Featured: Dr. Brittany Peters, Walden Contributing Faculty

Article:  Therapy by Phone or Video Kinda Sucks.  Here's How to Make it Better
Vice Health
Featured: Dr. Rebecca Cowan, Core Faculty

Website Resources:  Daily Life and Going Out
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Website Resources:  COVID-19 Resources for Social Workers and Therapists
Social Work Career

Website Resources:  Stress and Coping
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Website Resources:  Working Remotely During COVID- 19: Your Mental Health and Well-being
American Psychiatric Association: Center for Workplace Mental Health

Website Resources: Disaster Mental/Behavioral Health and COVID-19
Minnesota Department of Health

Article: How to Fight the Social Isolation of Coronavirus

Website Resources: Moral Distress During COVID-19: Listen for It, Support Each Other
Center for Advancing Interprofessional Practice, Education, and Research (CAIPER) Blog

Article:  Resilience: My Superpower
Walden Career Planning and Development Blog
Featured:  Sheila Mercado, Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Student

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