Managing Adult Stress During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Prevention in Practice
As we practice physical distancing to reduce the spread of COVID-19, it is important to remember physical distancing does not mean social isolation.
In the last few months, the world has gone through quick and dramatic changes in response to COVID-19. In order to stay updated with the latest health and safety precautions, it makes sense to seek out frequent media updates. However, with the increased volume of rapidly changing information, it can be harder to set boundaries and disengage from news reports as we normally would. As we settle into our temporarily different lifestyles, setting up new routines for media consumption can be a good form of ...
An introduction to mindful self-compassion as a research-based tool for reducing stress, building resilience, and enhancing wellbeing in the workplace.
An exploration of role conflicts with strategies for managing stress and navigating competing demands while striving to balance personal and professional responsibilities.
Have you ever considered how focusing on your breathing can help you, de-stress? Follow the Calm App's "Take a Deep Breath" video. You will experience how breathing deeply in and out can support your overall wellbeing.
The UCLA Pritzker Center shares resources for Antelope Valley during the COVID-19 pandemic. Use this printable tool to gain information on community services that can help families in Antelope Valley.
Access this printable tool to get more information on housing, employment, financial, and legal resources during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Headspace is an evidence-based, mobile app that teaches the basics of meditation to registered users. Download the app to learn skills to improve wellbeing, reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression, and address sleep problems. Go to https://www.headspace.com/lacounty and click the "GET STARTED" button.
COVID-19-related information provided by County of Los Angeles Public Health.
COVID-19-related information provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.