Tips for Staying Calm & Connected
Coping with COVID-19 and a new normal
As reports about COVID-19 vary, health care workers need to remain ready. That can be stressful in itself. Perhaps these tips will help you find ways to relax and enjoy some time to yourself. Please reach out if you need to talk, or if we can assist in any way.
Also, in recognition for Juneteenth and Lehigh Valley Health Network’s zero tolerance for racism, we offer food for thought: The Unlearning of Racism and White Supremacy
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Physician Well-Being Resources
We’ve brought a number of well-being resources together in one place so they are easy to find and access. Please use this assistance, reach out if you need help, and know that Valley Preferred is always by your side!
A free, 30-minute program offered virtually that teaches participants simple mindfulness strategies.
More information here.
If you need emotional support due to the COVID-19 crisis, you can request 15, 30, or 60 minute sessions with a licensed counselor by completing the contact us form here.
Memorial Day is traditionally the start of summer, and it’s a good reason to think positive. Keeping up the momentum of self-care is important, especially once our state reopens and we’re in contact with more people. We’ve included some practical tips this week as well as yoga for relaxation. Hopefully, these are helpful. As always, please reach out if we can assist in any way.