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Amidst COVID-19 Outbreak, What Resources Can You Use?

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As the coronavirus pandemic continues to unfold, psychologists will be called upon by their patients and the public to assist.  To aid you in preparing, we have compiled a list of resources that may be of assistance.  Part of the psychological response will be to counter hysteria by providing the most accurate and up to date information on the virus and the illness it causes.  Another key element of the response will be to educate patients about how to engage in less risky behavior in order to limit spread of the disease.  We have collected the following resources for your use.  We will update this list as circumstances dictate in order to provide you with the most current information possible.

National Register Resources on Telepsychology
  • Online Group Therapy video course with Dr. Ann Steiner—no charge for National Register members, paid for nonmembers
Additional Resources on Telepsychology
  • Reminder:  As of 3/17/2020, PSYPACT has not authorized any psychologist to provide interjurisdictional telepsychology services.  We anticipate updates to this situation in light of the coronavirus crisis, but until such updates occur, you must check your state or province’s Department of Health for further guidance. PSYPACT information can be found at www.psypact.org
Additional Resources on COVID-19
  • Our partners at NASP are concerned about the welfare of the school psychology community: Review their COVID-19 Resource Center
Research Publications on COVID-19

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