The outbreak of COVID-19 has induced a considerable degree of fear, stress, and anxiety across all sectors of the workforce and society. The emotional toll will have a lasting effect on many individuals and their families. Employers have an opportunity to support their workforce by including wellness and mental health programs as key components of their Reopening Strategy. Programs may include:
Individual, Group, and Family Counseling
Stress Management, Stress Reduction, and Mindfulness Programs
Grief and Loss Counseling
Injury Prevention and Remote Work Solutions
Childcare and Elder Care Assistance
Peer-to-Peer Support Groups
Click here to learn what Mount Sinai is doing to support its own workforce through the Center for Stress, Resilience, and Personal Growth.
Listen to the Podcast: "Three Good Things"
Jordyn Feingold, MAPP, shares three evidenced-based techniques for harnessing the power of the positive in bleak times.
Jordyn is a Positive Psychology Practitioner and a Medical Student at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
A group of experienced Mindfulness teachers are providing an opportunity for all members of the Mount Sinai community to learn and practice simple Mindfulness techniques that are effective at relieving stress and promoting physical and mental well-being.
Offered via Zoom on Fridays at 12:30 pm. Drop in for a few minutes or the complete hour. No previous experience necessary.
If you would like to join this group or be added to the email list, please contact Mickie Brown, RN, HN-BC, at Mickie.Brown@MSSM.edu.
Learn how to set up your home workstation to avoid aches and injury. Join a regular session or schedule a special group session led by Arlette Loeser, Director, Injury Prevention and Ergonomics Program, Selikoff Centers for Occupational Health. To sign up, visit: