Outdoor Classrooms in the Age of Covid-19: Pros and Cons

“We are proposing the outdoors as a piece of the puzzle that could be activated as an additional asset,” Danks said. “Even in small numbers, [outdoor classrooms] will help students’ mental health and reduce the time they spend at home. …If schools make that investment, it will be a cost-effective way to accommodate more kids, …

Psychologists Give Strategies for Overcoming Quarantine Fatigue

This article suggests getting back to basics, like; eating healthy, being active, and getting enough sleep. Also, knowing that this is the way it’s going to be for a while and focusing on what you do have, instead of what you’ve had to give up, is important. https://www-inverse-com.cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/www.inverse.com/mind-body/how-to-overcome-quarantine-fatigue/amp?fbclid=IwAR1zLh2vJyeRNDlnMeQzLXY1gY_xtBR4F7113XVi0iWdOBgXWmlvud-9eBE

The Frontline Workers Counseling Project is devoted to helping Bay Area frontline and essential workers locate free counseling and support groups during the COVID19 crisis.

Short-term pro-bono counseling is being offered for therapists and other front-line health care workers that live in the Bay Area. A list of support groups is also provided. https://sites.google.com/view/cpbc-proj/home?fbclid=IwAR0w6ccwgUXxP6Xiypd-6eXquEMpfqkk1iUkQoEi8VuroJRrTe4kp-JIqHA

Telehealth and Children: 20 Free Minimal Supply Activities

This article is geared toward mental health professionals that are providing Telehealth services. It provides helpful information about how to effectively provide Telehealth as well as some great activities to use with clients during Telehealth sessions.  https://www.meehanmentalhealth.com/the-playful-therapist-blog/telemental-health-and-children-20-free-minimal-supply-activities?fbclid=IwAR3BjtJvd5npKgK0Uo78URvdrUPQF-i9cOCv6Rv0D7adti8auevUt6LQK7g