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Between Sessions Resources has just released a workbook to help people cope with the mental health issues associated with the pandemic. Taking Care of Your Mental Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic: An Interactive Workbook is the only book of mental health tools developed to give people the skills they need to cope with the stress, anxiety, depression, and family strains that most people are now experiencing.
The workbook contains 22 worksheets to help people with the mental health problems associated with the Pandemic, including:
- Dealing with Depression
- Managing Uncertainty
- Controlling Your Drinking
- Curbing Overeating
The second section teaches resiliency skills to help people overcome the long-term stress caused by these difficult times, with worksheets like:
- Calming Your Body with Progressive Relaxation
- Regulating Your Emotions
- Developing Self-Compassion
- Asking for What You Want and Need
Click here to see the full table of contents.
Purchase the workbook now to immediately get the PDF version of the book to use for yourself or share with your clients.
As an added bonus, you will also get digital versions of two printable games created specifically to help families support each other during the Pandemic.
Family Dinner Card Game — This easy-to-use game has 104 cards that build family support and bonding. And it’s fun! The game also includes blank cards for families to write their own questions.
The Family Meeting Game — Parents are asked to assemble this complete board game and use it to stimulate communication and positive problem solving with their families. It contains questions specific to the unique family problems caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
About the Authors
Angela M. Doel, MS, is a writer and director of operations at Between Sessions Resources. She has served in various clinical supervisory positions and worked as a family therapist. Ms. Doel holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Toledo and earned her MS in Counseling Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania. She holds an advanced certificate in nutritional counseling, and her areas of specialization are health education and eating disorders.
Elyse Pipitone, LCSW, is a writer, editor, and clinical social worker. She has worked with
populations including low-income families at risk of homelessness and individuals facing opiate addiction. She has served as a volunteer career coach to members of the National Association of Social Workers’ Massachusetts chapter since 2011. Ms. Pipitone holds a bachelor’s degree from Northeastern University and an MSW from the Simmons University School of Social Work. She is a licensed clinical social worker.
Lawrence E. Shapiro, PhD, is a prolific author of self-help books and the inventor of more than 100 therapeutic games. Dr. Shapiro is known for his practical approach to helping others. He has written workbooks, storybooks, card games, board games, and smartphone apps. His work has been translated into twenty-seven languages.