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College Mental Health Professionals Community of Practice: Self-Care and Wellness during COVID-19 Part 2

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Feb 2021
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2020 has brought about an increased level of stress and uncertainty for college students dealing with the impacts of COVID-19. As students' mental .. Read more health needs continue to escalate, the people serving them; mental/behavioral health providers, campus mental health counselors and staff are finding themselves overwhelmed with the number and frequency of requests from both students and administrators. Without training and support, providers face increasing levels of burn-out, leaving students with the possibility of receiving even fewer critical mental health services. This CoP is designed for mental health professionals looking to learn and implement effective self-care and wellness strategies in response to the increased workload caused by COVID-19. Participants will identify a self-change project and identify 1-2 things they want to incorporate into their daily routine to promote self-care. They will track their progress throughout the series. Members of the cohort will also learn and practice coping skills and relaxation techniques that can be implemented immediately.

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Lama Mohsen Alanazi

Lama Mohsen Alanazi

Student at Clark Atlanta University

Atlanta, United States
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