A collection of webinars, self-compassion exercises, and informational videos to help you care for your emotional, psychological, physical and spiritual needs.
|Being Kinder to Yourself
Take a Self-Compassion Break
When you're helping others cope with stress and anxiety, how do you deal with your own? Psychiatrist Elizabeth Guinto tries a practice to be kinder to herself.
|Dealing with Grief: 5 Short Powerful Videos
Dealing with Grief: A Series of 5 Short Powerful Videos aims to provide timely and practical information to help you care for the physical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual needs of your patients and their families.
Each video is 2-5 minutes in length and includes a downloadable resource guide which are provided below. The videos are complimentary and can be accessed via YouTube.
|Mental, Emotional, and Physical Exhaustion: Look Beyond Sleep to Find Restoration
|Even before the pandemic, nurses had to cope with extreme fatigue and exhaustion. But the grueling schedules, overwhelming stress, and unsustainable pace of the past 18 months have brought about a whole new level of physical, mental, and emotional fatigue and exhaustion among nurses. Join Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith and Nacole Riccaboni, MSN, APRN, as they discuss the different types of rest that nurses need to feel truly restored.
|Nurse Wellbeing Week Recording
|Recordings from webinars available to view.
|Self-compassion entails being warm and understanding toward ourselves when we suffer, fail, or feel inadequate, rather than ignoring our pain or berating ourselves with self-criticism. Kristen Neff, a pioneer in the field of self-compassion, provides several free audio and video exercises to help you explore being more compassionate with yourself.