As a mental health professional, I am joining with others around the country to provide hope and solutions for life during this difficult time. Before we go too far into resources, I want to clearly say that if you or your child is continuously having racing thoughts, can’t sleep/eat or is over sleeping or eating, has had a panic attack where you feel like you can’t breathe, might pass out or throw up, please seek professional health. We are here for you! Many of us are beginning virtual support groups, offering consults nationwide and offering Telehealth counseling services statewide where we are licensed. Many insurance companies are also waiving deductibles and copays.
I created the resource above for school aged children from a faith based perspective. You can sign up to receive this free resource that’s been shared and endorsed by Christian leaders across the country by clicking here or on the above photo.
Also, Long Creations has created another workbook that is downloadable by clicking here. Podcasts are another way to receive hope and encouragement during this season. I’ve been guesting on numerous podcasts including Connie Alber’s Equipped to
Be podcast which just ranked 74th in the country in the family category. You can listen on Apple Itunes by clicking here. It’s also available on Libsyn here. Also, I also just completed an interview on the Redemptive Parenting podcast with counseling student Kristen Hatton about resiliency as we continue over 30 days of sheltering in here in Texas. You can listen to that podcast by clicking here.
I know there are many, many resources launching daily so I’d love to know what are some of your favorites? Feel free to share them in the comments below.