Tag Archives: covid-19

Many of us have heard of healthcare fatigue. The “burnout”, “overwhelmed” feelings that nurses, doctors, and healthcare staff experience from long shifts and stressful circumstances. Healthcare fatigue is a common term that has long been plaguing the halls of our … Continue reading

Posted on by Jessica Ulmer, LPC, NCC | Comments Off on Moral Injury and Healthcare Providers

One thing that has been a theme for my clients in the weeks after the COVID-19 lockdown, is creating a new normal and re-defining normal. Hmm, what does that mean? The challenge is not trying to take life before the … Continue reading

Posted on by Elena Roth, LSW | Comments Off on Redefining a New Normal

Dear Healthcare Provider, I know you are scared.  How can you not be?  You are walking into the storm that the rest of humanity has been directed to distance from.  Every time you swipe your badge you have no idea … Continue reading

Posted on by Jessica Ulmer, LPC, NCC | Comments Off on An Open Invitation to Healthcare Providers:

COVID-19 Unexpected Effects:

Working in the counseling realm during the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing that resulted, I was unsure how my current and new clients were going to present to their newly introduced TeleHealth sessions this week. My naive assumption to this … Continue reading

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