Coping with COVID-19
Tips and tricks to help cope with life during COVID-19.
Gratitude Practice for Nurses
A toolkit for nurses by Berkeley to practice mindfulness and gratitude.
Heart and Stroke Resources for Stress at Work
Stress is present in our everyday environment, including the workplace. There is positive stress and negative stress. Examples of positive stress can be expectations, deadlines, or motivating factors in our lives. Without positive stress, we would not accomplish anything we wanted or needed to do. It is negative stress, which when excessive, can contribute to health problems.
Letting Go of Work Stress
Self-Care & Resilience Guide
The Working Mind's guide to self care and resilience, including a Mental Health Continuum Self-Assessment.
Staying Well in Stressful Times Webinars
We are living in extraordinary, stressful times. Dr. Jackie Kinley, Director of the Nova Scotia Health Mental Health Day Treatment Program (MHDTP), offers three free webinars that explore healthy and adaptive ways to reduce stress, deal with emotions and remain connected in our personal and work place relationships.