Resources to Help You & Your Family Cope and Connect During COVID-19
We certainly live in stressful, uncertain times right now. Events, schools, jobs, services and life’s milestones are all coming to a standstill. We’re finding new ways to connect and adjust to a new normal. But it can be hard to navigate all this change. Here are resources to help you and your family find ways to cope and connect during this time.
Free, Confidential Mental Health Online Screening
Mental health is a key part of your overall health. Take this online screening for yourself or someone you care about to learn more about your mental health.
Blog: COVID-19: Coping with Stress, Social Distancing and the New Normal
Written by Dave Miers, PhD, Bryan Mental Health Services
Read these 7 ways strategies for self-care and how to help young ones in your life.
10-Minute Podcast: Staying Sane During Social Distancing
Dave Miers, PhD, Bryan Mental Health Services discusses strategies and tips for daily mental wellness during the COVID-19 pandemic.
7 Ways to Prevent Burnout
It's easy to get overwhelmed and overworked during this time. Here are seven important ways to prevent burnout.
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) COVID-19 Resource and Information Guide
NAMI is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. They have created a guide with resources, information and coping strategies.
CDC Resources on Dealing with Stress & Ways to Cope
Get tips on how to deal with stress and care for yourself and your community from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
Tips to Stay Mentally Well During COVID-19
Dave Miers, PhD, Mental Health Services shares ways to care for yourself and your family.
Isolation From Coronavirus Affecting People With Mental Health And Addiction Problems
Research shows increased isolation can lead to higher rates of anxiety and depression. Find out how to cope and connect in this NET report.
Supporting a Family Member Who is a Health Care Worker
Having a family member who is a health care worker presents special challenges for those who love them. If you are a spouse, significant other, parent, or friend of a health care worker who has been on the frontline during the COVID-19 pandemic, you are likely struggling with how to best support them through this time of crisis.
Supporting the Children and Teens of Health Care Workers
Having a parent or family member who is a health care worker presents special challenges for those who love them. For these children and teens, every day brings new fears, worries, and anxieties.
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Free, Confidential, Online Screening for Depression, Anxiety & MoreIf you find yourself anxious or if life seems overwhelming and this it’s impactive your daily life, or if you think you are having symptoms of depression, please take our free, online mental health screening.
Counseling The Bryan Counseling Center is available for telehealth counseling. To schedule an appointment, call 402-481-5991.
24/7 Mental Health Emergency DepartmentFor crisis assistance, go to the Bryan West Campus, mental health emergency department, 2300 S. 16th St.