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Coronavirus Resources

 

March 16, 2020: GPA COVID-19 Telehealth Information

 March 13, 2020: GPA COVID-19 CE and Annual Meeting Information

 

As the world tries to cope with the novel coronavirus (COVID19), the Georgia Psychological Association (GPA) suggests the following helpful links about the virus, how to manage associated anxiety or worry, and adjust psychological practice.

Information about COVID19:

  1. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)'swebsite provides information about the virus, how to protect yourself, business policies and updates about the virus’ impact in the US.

     

  2. Georgia Department of Health provides Georgia-specific news and updates about COVID19.

  

Information about Managing Associated Anxiety and Worry:

  1. The American Psychological Association (APA)’s Keeping Your Distance to Stay Safe gives information on social distancing and psychological health

     

  2. The Center for the Study of Traumatic Stress fact sheets give information on taking care of yourself, family, and the workplace in a period of added communal stress.

     

  3. The National Association of School Psychologists and National Association of School Nurses provide information on talking to children about COVID-19.

 

Information on Practicing Psychology during COVID-19:

  1. The American Psychological Association (APA)'s COVID-19 and Psychology Services provides guidance on protecting yourself and your patients.

     

  2. The American Psychological Association (APA)'s free online article, Comparing the Latest Telehealth Solutions.  It is like a Consumer Reports review of 3 popular telehealth platforms: Doxy.me, thera-link, and Zoom. Ratings are based on privacy/security, features, ease of use, functionality, and customer support. 

 

Check the American Psychological Association’s Pandemic Website for more resources.