As of August 11, 2021, George Mason University will require all individuals on our campus to wear masks indoors, including classrooms and laboratories, regardless of vaccination status. For more information, please see Mason’s updated mask policy.
This free book is for anyone affected by worries, fears, discomfort, or nagging thoughts about the Coronavirus (Covid-19). This is a scary time in the world, full of uncertainty and changes. But the good news is, there are things that we can do to take good care of ourselves. This book explains what you can do to keep your mind and body calm now and during any hard time.
A variety of relationship and mental health topics are covered in these wellness guides developed by a working group at Emory University. Topics include information for healthcare workers, the newly unemployed, the general public, domestic violence situations, and more. Spanish translations are available of the more general wellness guides.
Please join the GMU Center for Psychological Services for a FREE, online workshop series: Mental Health and Wellness During COVID-19. Each workshop will be hosted by GMU CPS therapists and will offer live Q&A opportunities. You can join all three, or select the one that is most meaningful for you!
Monday, April 13th at 6pm - "Managing Anxiety during Quarantine"
Monday, April 20th, at 6pm - "Resilience + Maintaining a Positive Mood"
The Center for Pediatric Traumatic Stress (CPTS), part of the National Child Traumatic Stress Network, has just released new materials for healthcare staff and for families about managing the stress and psychological impact of COVID-19. Check it out at: healthcaretoolbox.org/tools-and-resources/covid19
Resources specific for individuals with I/DD and ASD, and their families
Resources for parents of children with intellectual or other developmental disabilities