“How to Lead Through COVID-19 Crisis in a Resilience-Oriented Trauma-Informed Way” at 1 p.m. Monday, May 18, identifies leadership strategies to minimize the impact of anxiety on staff, and techniques to promote resiliency and self-care in a trauma-informed way.
“Self-care and Promoting Post-traumatic Growth and Management During COVID-19” at 1 p.m. Wednesday, May 27, provides different strategies to manage the impact of anxiety and worry, and techniques to implement to enhance self-care during an active crisis.
Physician Support Line: 1-888-409-0141
Personal Crisis Management Plan
Crisis Text Line for front-line workers: Text FRONTLINE to 741741 for support with anxiety, stress, fear, isolation or other difficult emotions.
The Missouri Hospital Association and the Missouri Department of Mental Health are collaborating on an initiative to inform the health care community of an opportunity for health care workers to participate in a study being conducted by the National Institutes of Health - National Institute of Mental Health. The study, focused on the mental health impact of the COVID-19 response on health care workers, is open to any member of the health care workforce regardless of their role or setting. NIMH will determine how long the study stays open depending on response volume.
The Center for the Study of Traumatic Stress will be internationally recognized as the Department of Defense's leader in expert knowledge, education, and research on traumatic stress, suicide and trauma-informed care, furthering the ability of DoD and the nation to respond to war, trauma and disaster and its effects on servicemembers, units, families, and the nation's communities.