PSYCHOLOGY AWARENESS MONTH: BEST TREATMENT FOR SOMEONE WITH A CHRONIC HEALTH CONDITION
Today marks the final day of Psychology Awareness Month — an opportunity to showcase the work of Providence's Psychology Team.
COVID-19 has presented us all with many difficult situations and increased stress, which can also impact our mental health. This has led to a more general awareness of how closely our physical and mental health is connected. Good mental health is essential, and we need to take care of it the same way we care for our physical health.
- Today, we are featuring a flyer on the best treatment for someone with a chronic health condition. Download the PDF here and please share it with your team.
- Want to learn more about common mental health myths? Check out this poster outlining 51 common mental health myths.
- We also encourage you and your team to visit the NEW Psychology page on the Staff Wellness section on the COVID-19 website — all flyers from the month of February are located here.
The goal with these flyers is to give factual information to support staff in their clinical work and increase mental health awareness. They also hope to demonstrate that providing care based on psychological science can empower people to overcome or adapt to many challenges, be it physical or mental.
We hope the flyers have and will continue to spark conversations about the many psychological health concerns we may experience during Covid-19 — whether ourselves or with our patients and residents.
If you want to learn more about the Psychology Team's work, please contact Dr. Theo Elfers, R.Psych. at email@example.com.
If you need to reach PHC’s Infection Prevention and Control Team (IPAC), please call local 69357. Do not contact individual IPAC team members.