A Journey To Relaxation

July 01, 2020

A simple exercise and tools to "find your Zen."

The Paradox of Self-Help

June 30, 2020

During these challenging times, physicians have to be proactive in helping ourselves. And that starts now.

To Care for Our Patients, We Must Take Care of Ourselves

May 27, 2020

Dr Jessi Gold provides quick tips for health care professionals to practice self-care during this difficult time.

COVID-19 and the Iceberg of Hidden Trauma

May 14, 2020

Dr Steve Moffic talks about about some of the psychological dangers clinicians are facing during the pandemic in this video.

Supporting Health Care Workers in Distress While Avoiding “Trauma” Narratives

May 07, 2020

The current COVID-19 crisis is a wake-up call to how dangerously our health care workforce has been chronically over-stretched. Effective solutions are discussed.

Words of Wisdom to Soldiers of the Pandemic

April 29, 2020

The doctors, nurses, aids, food staff, and janitors are among the frontline heroes of the COVID-19 pandemic. They know its ravages best and are most at risk. We mustn't let them down.

Strategies to Decompress After Long Days Working From Home

April 27, 2020

As we progress further in the COVID-19 crisis, it is even more important for mental health professionals to take care of themselves, so they can be available to provide a much needed service in the best way possible to patients. More in this podcast.

COVID-19 Quick Clip: Access to Care

April 22, 2020

Behavioral health care providers are needed now more than ever to help support frontline caregivers and to provide access to care. Deena Tampi, MSN, MBA-HCA, offers insights about caring for the caregiver as well as providing access to care.

COVID-19: Quick Self-Check for Health Professionals

April 22, 2020

Rajesh R. Tampi, MD, MS, DFAPA, provides guidance for frontline health professionals and caregivers to mitigate stress and burden.

The Battle Against COVID-19: Tips for Clinicians

April 20, 2020

Tips for advocating for yourself and the safety of your patients.