Self-care to better aide patient care.https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/psychological-trauma-coping-and-resilience/202109/when-working-cancer-patients-is-traumatic
These strategies can help healthcare workers reduce overall stress and burnout.
Reaching into the psychologist’s toolbox to be proactive in a pandemic.
While everyone’s lives have been changed by COVID, there are some challenges that are more prominent in rural communities—particularly in healthcare settings.
A psychologist specializing in OCD and anxiety explores how our conventional diagnoses may not be pandemic-proof and offers considerations for treatment.
We are all dealing with loss upon loss. The loss of our old life, an anniversary of the death of a loved one, all intensify our professional struggles in helping our patients.
Witnessing others in pain can cause vicarious trauma. What happens when empathy becomes too much? Tips and suggestions for coping and resilience.
Life-threatening illness can be a catalyst for thinking about life’s meaning. Here are existential strategies to promote hope, growth, and purpose in patients and therapists.