Stress Management and Mindfulness Resources

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Feeling out of sorts? It is to be expected and it is OK.  Please reach out.  Below are some resources that may help each of us be better at self-care.

Tuttleman Counseling Services (TCS)

TCS is committed to Temple University’s efforts to protect the health of students during the emergence of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). For this reason, TCS is currently closed for face-to-face meetings as a safety measure. However, they are continuing to offer remote counseling services. If you are interested in speaking to a counselor, please call 215-204-7276 or email TuttlemanCounseling@temple.edu and leave a message containing your name, phone number, and email address. More information can be found on TCS’s website.

Articles

  • Stress and Copingfrom The CDC - comprehensive guide explaining how COVID-19 may affect mental health, with advice and resources for common manifestations of stress, healthy habit formation, how best to support one another, and more
  • Resources for Managing Stressfrom National Center for PTSD, U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs - list of resources and advice for the general population, for providers and community leaders, and for healthcare workers
  • That Discomfort You're Feeling is Grieffrom Harvard Business Review - interview and discussion with David Kessler, an author and grief expert, on identifying anticipatory grief and anxiety, as well as how to manage them
  • I Spent a Year in Space, and I Have Tips on Isolation to Sharefrom The N.Y. Times - opinion piece giving advice on how to deal with isolation from Scott Kelly, retired NASA astronaut who spent nearly a year in the International Space Station

For parents/caretakers:

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