Dr Sarah Appleton is a Clinical Psychologist working in Employee Health for Central London Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust. Sarah shares strategies about how to best regulate difficult emotions to allow you to effectively identify and connect with sources of help. Two blogs accompany this podcast, one entitled ‘Why we’re all grieving’ written by Sarah and the other ‘Suffering during a time of crisis’ written by her colleague Neal Gething.
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Silvia Miranda is the Clinical Co-ordinator and Senior Counselling Psychologist at Islington iCope IAPT Service and a Lead Counselling Psychologist at The TILS Veteran Service in Camden & Islington NHS Foundation Trust. In her first podcast she talks directly to frontline workers about the range of complicated emotional responses they may be having and gives examples of how to recognise symptoms of stress and burnout in yourself. In the second podcast, Silvia gives a range of stress management techniques and self-care […]
Brief and easy-to-read poster aimed at parents, offering ways to support children during the COVID-19 outbreak, created by the World Health Organisation.
Guidance for planners of the psychosocial response to stress experienced by hospital staff associated with COVID: Early Interventions
The COVID Trauma Response Working Group have developed guidance to inform planners, managers and team leaders of the organisational and psychological processes which are likely to be helpful, or unhelpful, in supporting staff during the early stages of the response to COVID. The guidance has been collated from research, best practice guidelines and expert clinical opinion.
An infographic developed by NHS Scotland on the stress that healthcare workers may face and developing a balance of resilient coping strategies.
Covid Calm provide multiple short stress management sessions throughout the day for healthcare professionals globally, delivered by experienced stress management trainers or therapists.
Tavistock&Portman · 5 minute Alternate Nostril Breathing for Calming and Soothing Jane O’Rourke shares a traditional yoga breathing practice, Nadi Shodhana or alternate nostril breathing, that can quickly calm the mind. Jane is a Yoga and Meditation Teacher, and a Psychodynamic Psychotherapist with Children, Young People and Families. She teaches Yoga4Trauma within the Trauma Service at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust.
Tavistock&Portman · Taking Care Dez Holmes is the Director of Research in Practice. Dez reflects on self-care and resilience for colleagues working in children’s services and how paying attention to personal wellbeing is essential. Resources to support this are shared throughout.
Tavistock&Portman · Substance Use Dominic O’Ryan qualified as a Clinical Psychologist from UCL in 2000. He is the Lead Psychologist in Substance Misuse Services and the CBT Training Lead for Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust. Dominic speaks about the use of substances during this time.
Tavistock&Portman · The rise of “Moral Injury” in NHS workers Dr Sarah Appleton is a Clinical Psychologist working in Employee Health for Central London Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust. Sarah raises our awareness of the concept of “moral injury”, and how to support staff to effectively prepare for, identify, and manage potentially morally injurious events. Sarah references the recent paper titled “COVID-19 and experiences of moral injury in front-line key workers” authored by Williamson, Murphy and Greenberg (2020).