Coping with Pandemic Isolation

Mental Health Wellness and Coping with the Stress of Pandemic Isolation

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  • Immediate access to training
  • Addresses the likelihood that isolation (working at home) adds significant mental stress to the already stressful conditions that exist during the coronavirus pandemic
  • Anxiety and fear, relating to illness, financial worries, and concerns for job security are exacerbated as our social interactions are significantly reduced
  • Creates awareness of the potential emotions workers may be experiencing
  • Offers coping strategies to deal with their emotions and social isolation
  • The company will benefit from the return of "mentally healthy" workers
  • Course duration: 30 minutes
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Course Content:

  • Mental Health Wellness and Coping with the Stress of Pandemic Isolation
    • Fear and anxiety about an outbreak of disease like the coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions in adults and children. Learning how to cope with stress will make you, the people you care about, and your community stronger. Everyone reacts differently to stressful situations. How you respond to the outbreak can depend on your background, the differences that are unique to you, and the community you live in.
    • Emergency University has developed a course on Mental Health Wellness and Coping with the Stress of Pandemic Isolation during these tough times. This program addresses the likelihood that isolation (working at home) adds significant mental stress to the already stressful conditions that exist during the coronavirus pandemic. Anxiety and fear, relating to illness, financial worries, and concerns for job security are exacerbated as our social interactions are significantly reduced. Our program creates awareness of the emotions workers may be experiencing and offers coping strategies to deal with their emotions and social isolation. The company will benefit from the return of "mentally healthy" workers.
    Coping with Pandemic Isolation