Pandemic Resilience for Families

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented unique challenges for children, teens, parents and families.  This workshop is designed for families with children ages 10-18 years old (younger/older children are welcome to join, at parent discretion).  This workshop is designed to be viewed by children and teens with their parent/caregiver. Families and children are impacted in numerous ways by the current pandemic. This workshop reviews: signs of psychological distress, ways to identify and build resilience, techniques for relieving stress, and additional resources and supports available to Baystate employees and their families.

Goal: The goal of this educational program is to provide Baystate team members and the children and teens in their families with a better understanding of how they are impacted by the pandemic, and practical strategies to increase family resilience.

Provided by: The Department of Psychiatry 

Learning Objectives:

      Participants will identify at least 3 common sources of pandemic-related stress on families.

      Participants will identify at least 2 strategies to increase family resilience

      Participants will name sources of external support and help for families in response to the pandemic.


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  • 0.50 BCIPE Instructional Hours
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Available Credit

  • 0.50 BCIPE Instructional Hours


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