Coping with COVID19:  Mental Health Matters
Public Education Recorded Webinar Series

Brought to you by the NC Psychological Foundation

These are short episodes (5-15 minutes) for you with sound bites of information. We hope these will help you cope during this difficult time. 

1st Things 1st: The Foundation of Mental Health Matters by Dr. Sandra Wartski 
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7 Findings from Psychological Science That Can Help by American Psychological Association (APA) 
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ACE Your Day by Dr. Sandra Wartski 
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Beware of Caution Fatigue with Dr. Sue Orenstein
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Breathe and Smile by Dr. Roger Moore
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Co-parenting and Custody Sharing for Divorced/Separated Families by Dr. Eli Jerchower (Interviewed by Dr. Sandra Wartski)
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7 Guidelines for Divorced/Separated Parents
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Coping With Corona Stress by Dr. Andy Short
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The Coronavirus Explained to Children by Eurac Research
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Decision Making Dilemmas by Dr. Sandra Wartski
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Disarming Racism by Dr. Talee Vang
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FACE COVID by Dr. Russ Harris
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Finding Peace by Rabbi Steve Leder (interviewed on Today show)
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Grief and COVID-19:  Mourning What We're Missing by American Psychological Association (APA)
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Guided Meditation of RAIN on Fears with Dr. Sandra Wartski introducing Dr. Tara Brach's Guided Meditation
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Helping Kids Cope by Dr. Sandra Wartski with Dr. Linda Nicolotti
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How We'll Fight the Next Deadly Virus by Dr. Paris Sabeti
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Humor Helps by Dr. Sandra Wartski
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Integrating Spiritual Connection by Dr. Tonya Armstrong (Interviewed by Dr. Sandra Wartski)
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Locus of Control and Mindfulness by Rogers Behavioral Health Clinicians
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Magination Press Story Time: A Box of Butterflies by Jo Rooks (about exploring emotions)
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Magination Press Story Time: A Feel Better Book for Little Worriers by Holly Brochman & Leah Bowen  
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Magination Press Story Time: The Hugging Tree by Gillian Neimark (about building resilience)
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Making Your Own Mask by US Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams (from CDC website)
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Managing Mental Health by Dr. Jade Wu (interviewed by Laura Pellicer from WUNC)
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Mental Health Issues and Coping by Psych Hub
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“My Hero is You" Children's Story about fighting COVID-19 (by the Inter-Agency Standing Committee Reference Group on Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in Emergency Settings, co-chaired by WHO), read by Howard Donald. Download the book here
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OCD Defined and Differentiated by Dr. Annette Perot
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Psychological First Aid Basics by Dr. Sandra Wartski
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Reframing Quarantine 15 by Dr. Sandra Wartski 
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Resilience During a Time of Fear by Dr. Rick Hanson
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Self-Compassion Break in the Era of COVID-19 by Dr. Chris Germer
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The Self-Compassion Break with Melli O'Brien presenting meditation from Dr. Kristin Neff
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Survival Tips for Couples by Dr. Susan Orenstein (interviewed by Dr. Sandra Wartski)
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Shift Your State to Reconnect - With Your Child, With Anyone by Linda Graham, MFT & Dr. Laura Markham
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Survey of New Stress in America (C-SPAN interview) with Dr. Vaile Wright 
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Surviving Trauma by Dr. Peter Levine
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Taking Care of Your Mental Health During COVID Pandemic (animated video) by CDC
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Tips for Managing Social Isolation by Psych Hub 
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When This is All Over - Poem by Laura Kelly Fanucci and Video by Korey Rowe
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Do you have other topics that you would like to see developed into an episode?
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