Why Cope When You Can Heal? Offers Them a Path to Recovery.
They’ve worked without adequate personal protective equipment (PPE), witnessed mass death, and been forced to make choices that haunt them. Many have fallen ill, while others have worried endlessly about their own health and that of their loved ones.
And even after months of battling this invisible enemy, no end is in sight.
Additionally, all of this is happening in the context of a divided nation, a struggling industry, and a “just-get-over-it” culture that exacerbates the problems healthcare workers face, while minimizing their suffering. These factors have created the perfect storm for widespread stress, depression, anxiety, and hopelessness—and, increasingly, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Why Cope When You Can Heal? is an essential resource for doctors, nurses, paramedics, and other healthcare professionals—and the leaders who support them—as they navigate the traumatic stress they have experienced and continue to face. This empathetic and concise guide contains:
Read this book to help yourself—and those you love and support in the COVID-19 battle—begin the process of healing from the inside out and reconnect with the joys and rewards of career and life.