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COVID-19 Wellness Resources

In this time of global unrest and uncertainty, we are all doing our best to ease our own fears, as well as alleviating the anxiety of our children. Wellness is especially important now, to help de-stress the body and mind, and mitigate the physical and emotional effects of fear and stress. We hope you find this collection of resources helpful.

COVID-19 Wellness Resources for students and families

At Carondelet we focus on educating the whole person, including supporting the social and emotional needs of every student. We hope to help you support the health and wellbeing of our community as we continue to navigate the challenges of COVID-19 together.

The Wellness Counselors are available throughout the school day to support students and families through phone or Zoom meetings. Please don’t hesitate to reach out by email if you have any questions, concerns, need referral information, or would like to schedule a meeting.

Guide to Well-Being During Coronavirus
Greater Good Science Center

Self-Care and Mental Health During COVID-19
Christy Tadros ’09, WestCoast Therapy and Wellness

John Muir Health Resources
Including three helpful webinars

NAMI COVID-19 Resource and Information Guide
Comprehensive Guide from National Alliance on Mental Illness

Helping Teens Make Room for Uncomfortable Emotions
Lisa Damour, NY Times

Teens in Lockdown
Tara Parker-Pope & Lisa Damour (pre-recorded audio call), NY Times

What Happens When We Lose Our Social Rituals?
Jill Suttie, Greater Good Science Center

How to Help Teens Handle the Loss of Proms and Graduations
Christine Carter, Greater Good Science Center


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