Psychological First Aid: Managing Emotional Challenges in this Unprecedented Time
Moderator: Colleen Sweeney, RN, BS, CSP
Psychotherapist: M.J. Murray Vachon, LCSW
Emergency Medicine Physician: Wendy Laine, MD
Registered Nurse: Michael A. Rogozinski, MSN, RN-BC, Director of Emergency Services, Abington-Jefferson Health
*This webinar is part of the webinar series on caring for yourself and others during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The full webinar series includes:
>> Caring for Ourselves in Times of Crisis
>> Psychological First Aid: Manage Emotional Challenges in this Unprecedented Time
>> Finding Stability & Connection in the Midst of COVID 19 Anxiety
The covid-19 pandemic is seriously challenging the mental and emotional state of healthcare workers in new ways. While treating patients, healthcare workers are simultaneously protecting themselves from the virus. The result of this pandemic is leading
to anxiety, fear, sleeplessness, sadness, panic and insecurity on both sides of the hospital bed. Join us as an accomplished psychotherapist “sees” an emergency room physician and an RN who are working on the frontlines. This coaching session will
give practical tips on how to manage the emotional and psychological challenges in this unprecedented time in healthcare and the world. Aren’t we all overdue for some psychological first aid for ourselves?
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This webinar does not offer Patient Experience Continuing Education Credit (PXE).