Latest information on COVID-19

ELSRP continues to provide resource materials related to the COVID-19 Pademic please scroll down to access.

Welcome to the Early Life Stress and Resilience Program (ELSRP) Website

ELSRP addresses the impact of traumatic stress on child development through four core components:

Understanding the critical role of prevention and early intervention in the lives of children who struggle with stress, anxiety, and trauma guides our policy and education efforts, and our academic and community partnerships.

Patient Information

The Early Life Stress and Resilience Program provides treatment for youth who struggle with anxiety, depression, trauma and more. 

COVID-19 RESOURCES

As COVID-19 continues to affect communities worldwide, we must remain conscientious of diverse, emergent health needs. ELSRP is promoting mental health wellness during the pandemic with resources by program faculty, links to information relevant to individuals and families, and daily live mindfulness and meditation sessions.

COVID -19 Early Life Stress and Resilience Program Resources

Articles, Education, Media, and Webinars

Virtual Meditation Webinar

Stanfords ELSRP in partnership with Pure Edge, Inc. will be hosting a live daily 30min guided meditation conducted by Dr. John Rettger and Anne Contreras, Monday - Friday from 1 pm - 1:30 pm.  PASSWORD: 314901

To learn more about the presenters please see their bio here.

Link to Virtual Webinar (requires download of zoom application)>>

To link to previous meditation recordings click here>>

Stress & Anxiety: Coping, Staying Healthy & Building Resilience in College Students

MONDAY, MAY 11 AT 9AM PST/12PM EST

Presentors: Dr. Hilit Kletter and Susan Cruylles, International Trainer 

In this special session, presentors will provide coping strategies for college students.

TO REGISTER FOR WEBINAR>>

 


From the frontline: a COVID-19 special report on stress and grief management during the crisis

Panelists Dr. Victor Carrion, Gregorio Sánchez-Aniceto (Madrid, Spain), Kathleen Fan (London, United Kingdom), Sat Parmar (Birmingham, United Kingdom), Jeff Wang (Los Angeles, United States)

Heart, Mind & Body: Saving Superman – Focusing on Educator Self-care

Panelists Dr. Victor Carrion, Teri Lawler, Kennard Branch moderated by Chi Kim Saving Superman – The Importance of Educator Self Care, Now More Than Ever

Talking to Young People about COVID-19

This webinar will reflect on the anxieties that children and transition aged youth are likely to be experiencing at this time. Presenters: Drs. Victor Carrion and Elizabeth Reichert

The Future of Everything Podcast: How to beat stress in a pandemic

Interview with Dr. Carrion and Russ Altman presented by Stanford Engineering

Worry, Stress & Anxiety: How To Manage It

Speaker: Dr. Victor Carrion, Stanford Children's Health

Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

What Makes Up Your Mind: Child and Adolescent Trauma

Discussion with Dr. Victor Carrion  

TO LISTEN TO PODCAST LINK HERE

SCOPE 10K - Stanford School of Medicine

Talking to kids about COVID-19: A podcast Paul Costello Published on April 14, 2020

Discussion with Dr. Victor Carrion  

TO LISTEN TO PODCAST LINK HERE


Increased Risk of Suicide Due to Economic and Social Impacts of Social Distancing Measures to Address the Covid-19 Pandemic: A Forecast

by Drs. Carl Weems, Victor Carrion, Bethany McCurdy, and Mikaela D Scozzafava

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The psychological impact of quarantine and how to reduce it: rapid review of the evidence

by Samantha K Brooks, Rebecca K Webster, et al.

READ ARTICLE >> 

How to Entertain Your Young Children During a Quarantine

by Adrienne So

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How to Talk with Kids About COVID-19

by Erin Digitale

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Opinion: Staying connected is crucial for our mental health: How we can ward off coronavirus fears, anxiety, anger and feelings of frustration

by Dr. Victor Carrion

READ ARTICLE>> 


COVID-19 Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Resources

Articles, Education, Media, and Webinars

Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Department Resources related to COVID-19

Standford Medicine COVID-19 Support Series

Minimizing the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Sleep of Healthcare Providers and their Patients

Presenters: Rafael Pelayo, MD and
Rachel Manber PhD
Moderater: Mickey Trockel, MD,

TO WATCH WEBINAR LINK HERE

Telemental Health: Learning from COVID-19, a Telehealth Hubinar

Panelists shared their thoughts about opportunities and innovations that may arise in the telemental health landscape as a result of COVID-19. Published Wednesday, April 1, 2020 

Moderated by Shannon Wiltsey Stirman, Ph.D.

TO LISTEN TO PODCAST LINK HERE

Standford Medicine COVID-19 Support Series (Recorded Webinar) 4/3/20

Managing Anxiety Related to Taking Care of Patients during the COVID-19 Pandemic: An Interactive Webinar (Recorded Webinar) Module

Presenters: Cheryl Gore-Felton, PhD, Debra Lee Kaysen, PhD

Moderater: Mickey Trockel, MD,

TO WATCH WEBINAR LINK HERE

The Pediatric Anxiety and Traumatic Stress Clinic

The Pediatric Anxiety and Traumatic Stress Clinic created a resource document to help Talking to kids about COVID-19, Tips for Managing Parent Stress, and other helpful resources.

Please access PDF resources list here>>


Community Resources

Articles, Education, Media, Webinars and Other Resources

Pure Edge has provided free media resources for families, caregivers, and educators addressing these topics in English and Spanish:

Brain Breaks

A Peek Inside the Amazing Brain

K-5 Resources


Pure Edge Inc. presents: Estrategias Eficaces para Calmar a los Niños

Speaker: Susana Cruylles, International Trainer


San Francisco Bay Area

offers recommendations and resources on their websites for supporting students during COVID-19 related school closures

Access PDF here

Cultivating and Conserving Wellness in the CoViD-19 Era

by Christina Girgis, M.D.

ACCESS PDF HERE

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