Download our comprehensive Guide to available resources during the COVID-19 pandemic, which includes information in the following categories:
- Behavioral Health and Wellness
- Individual Education
- Virtual Field Trips
- Kids and Teens
- Adapting to Uncertainty – Recommendations for staying healthy during times of stress
- Behavioral Health Tips during COVID-19
- Behavioral Health and Wellness during COVID-19
- Helping Kids Cope: COVID-19
Dealing with Grief and Loss During COVID-19
TCTI’s clinician, David Vest, M.S., LMFT addresses the idea of grief and loss in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic. He speaks not only on dealing with the grief and loss of a loved one but also the grief associated with the loss of our previous way of life and habits.
Helping Kids Cope with Uncertainty
In our video today, our featured clinician, Alana Negroni, M.S., LMFT, presents on the topic of helping kids cope with uncertainty. As a mental health professional and the mother of an 3-year old, Alana has the knowledge and first hand experience to help guide you as a parent/guardian in assisting our young loved ones. Please watch and share the video!
Yoga – Part 2
In today’s video, Gina Sickels, M.S., LMFT is back with anther great yoga practice video! Today, she will be walking us through a short yoga flow to help us get grounded and take some time for self-care during this tough time. Grab your mat and lets get started!
Helping Families Cope During COVID-19 – Part 3 of a 3-Part Series
In the final installment of our 3-part series on Helping Families Cope With COVID-19, Deborah Silveria, Ph.D. walks us through more tips on helping the family cope, and resiliency.
Helping Families Cope During COVID-19 – Part 2 of a 3-Part Series
This is the 2nd part of our 3 part series on Helping Families Cope During COVID-19. This part focuses on health tips and supporting teenagers and young adults cope with the stressors of COVID-19. Please feel free to share the video!
Today’s video features Niki Stepanian, M.A., LMFT on the topic of fire couples. Niki is one of TCTI’s clinicians, and is also married to a firefighter. She will be talking first hand about the unique stressors and challenges many fire couples are facing, especially during these unprecedented times, and how to handle them. We hope you enjoy the video, and feel free to share!
Helping Families Cope During COVID-19 – Part 1 of a 3-Part Series
Today’s video features part 1 of the 3 part series on Helping Families Cope During COVID-19 webinar presented by Deborah Silveria, Ph.D. This section introduces the presentation and begins recommendations for helping young children cope with the stressors COVD-19 has brought.
TCTI’s featured clinician is Andy Clack, M.A., LMFT and he presents on the topic of mindfulness. Research shows some of the benefits of mindfulness to be improving focus, concentration, health, lowers blood pressure and adrenaline. Andy will be walking through the technique of mindfulness and how to apply it to your life. Please feel free to share the video with your friends, family and co-workers!
Watch today’s video on the effect of substance (alcohol focused) use, abuse and dependence presented by Deana Kahle, M.S., LMFT! Watch until the end for bonus questions to ask to improve communication in relationships.
Dealing with Stress and Anxiety
TCTI’s clinician, David Vest, M.S., LMFT discusses the topic of stress and anxiety. This 15-minute training covers what is stress and anxiety, how does it occur, and how to prevent and deal with stress and anxiety symptoms. Please feel free to share this great video!
Clinician Tiffany Atalla, M.A., LMFT goes over 20 quick tips to apply to your life right now in order to help your connection with your partner during these trying emotional times. Grab a note pad and get ready to help your relationship “thrive, not just survive” with Tiffany today. Please feel free to share the video!
Breathing Techniques for Stress Management
TCTI clinician, Deana Kahle, M.S., LMFT, discusses breathing techniques for stress management. This breathing exercise can help you by lowering stress and anxiety in your body through relaxation. The deep breathing takes the physical things that happen when you are stressed (high blood pressure, quick breathing and/or increased heart rate) and helps them to decrease causing your body to relax. Please feel free to share the video with your friends and family!
Yoga with Gina Sickels
TCTI’s clinician, Gina Sickels will be walking us through wellness with the practice of Yoga. We chose this video to start the week because right now we are being so inundated with information it’s important to remind ourselves to take a moment to breathe. The video is about 1-hour long, so grab your yoga mat, carpet space, towel etc. and let’s get started!
TCTI Services and Wellness Tips during the COVID-19 Crisis
TCTI’s clinician, Alana Negroni speak on topics such as our services and benefits, the launch of new things in the upcoming weeks, and some helpful tips to get through this period of time.