Many people are struggling with a variety of concerns now that we are in the midst of a global pandemic. We are living through unprecedented times, and most of us are not well-equipped to cope with the level of fear and uncertainty we find ourselves in. In my last blog, I re-posted some helpful tips on how to cope with being in quarantine that were written by a New York psychologist (Dr. Eileen Feliciano, Psy.D.). Today, I want to share with you a handout I developed that can help you put into practice some of those tips and practice some healthy coping skills as you and your family get through this challenging time. I am including the handout link in this blog post today (Quarantine Care Plan), and have also uploaded this care plan document as well as a PDF version of my last blog to our Forms and Resources page (Quarantine Mental Health Tips). You may also want to check out our self-help and self-care Apps document to see if there are any resources there you may find useful.
Good luck, and be well!