Precautions you should take to protect yourself physically:
Symptoms of COVID-19:
If you have any of these symptoms:
Here are some websites to keep you updated on the most recent developments of this pandemic:
Here are some beneficial ideas to consider during this pandemic from my colleagues and me at Adler Graduate School to protect your emotional health:
In short, use calming strategies to lower your stress. It’s a well-known fact that stress weakens the immune system. The logical consequence of obsessing over the possibility of getting sick is that you may begin to have some symptoms of illness.
Tips for Graduate Students’ Self-Care
Tips for General Self-Care:
Tips for Children’s Self-Care:
Check out our FCA Playlist of webinars delivered in response to the COVID19 pandemic!
An Introduction to Tele-Mental Health Counseling in the era of COVID-19 | Presented by: Martin Cortez Wesley, PhD., LMHC, LPCC-S, NCC, MAC BC-TMH | 3.26.2020 | 12:00pm EST
Empowering Students/Families in a Virtual World | Presented by: Anne Flenner, Ed.S. | 3.20.2020 | 1:00pm EST
In response to the COVID-19 crisis, The Renfrew Center has made the unprecedented move to temporarily shift all of our non-residential programming to a virtual platform. Virtual Services are available.
2x2 Series: Daily Self-Care Tips and Support for Managing Life | View recorded and upcoming webinars that provide self-care tips and support for managing life during these unprecedented times.
American Medical Association - COVID-19 Resource Page
Message from U.S. Representative Val Demmings, Serving Florida's 10th Congressional District sent on 4.2.2020 which contains the following information and resources:
Information about upcoming bills and relief packages:
Parents/Guardians/Caregivers of K-12 Students Resources:
A list of education companies offering free subscriptions to educational resources due to school closures here:
School Counselor Resources:
Burn Bright Not Out: Reflections From Counselors: Counselors discuss ways to feel fresh and avoid burnout during a pandemic.
If you are seeking online continuing education opportunities visit:
Counselor Educator Resources:
The Association for Counselors Education and Supervision has a variety of special topic webinars available for viewing: https://acesonline.net/special-edition-webinars/
Virtual Meeting Info for Anyone needing an AA Meeting: Meeting will occur daily at 2:00 pm. You have to dial 425-436-6360 and enter access code: 422932
Online Intergroup: Alcoholics Anonymous
Smart Recovery Online Meetings & Events
Consider a virtual museum tour our some of the most famous museums by visiting: Virtual Museum Tours
Florida Counseling Association is a non-profit organization, branch of the American Counseling Association.