Coronavirus and State Reopening Information for the Public
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Important Information! New Jersey’s Phased Approach to COVID-19 Vaccination: Phase 1A
The Department of Health (DOH) has put out a notice that vaccinations for COVID-19 are now being given to New Jersey's Phase1A Group: healthcare workers, who are paid and unpaid persons serving in health care settings who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to patients or infectious materials. Phase1A also includes long-term care residents and staff. Read the below DOH letter, facts sheet, and vaccine location finder.  The Division of Consumer Affairs has sent out this same information to mental healthcare workers, including psychologists.  

Department of Health Letter Phase 1A
Department of Health FAQs
Location finder
More information - 109 locations to get the vaccination
Schedule a vaccine

APA Article - School psychologists adapt to help students during COVID-19. School psychologists look back on how the pandemic upended their work, how they interact with students, and what’s ahead for the fall. Click here to read more

Compassionate Communities Message:  Psychological Coping during a Pandemic

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As the news about the threat and risks of the Coronavirus are spreading, we would like to share some resources with all of you: From the CDC information on the virus, highlights, risks, precautions, etc. | Tips to help with Coronavirus Anxiety: Five Ways to View Coverage of the Coronavirus | Podcast with Baruch Fischhoff, PhD on how to calm the anxiety and the psychological effects of being quarantined. Speaking of Psychology: Coronavirus Anxiety 

Feeling overwhelmed by lockdown parenting? These small wins may help ease stress

Helping Lonely Children During the Coronavirus Pandemic

When—Not If—You Lose It With Your Child During Coronavirus

A Quarantine Benefit: Lowering the Flame on Tween Drama 

Tips for Keeping the Peace With Family When Talking About Politics and COVID

Sport psychologists grapple with worried athletes during COVID-19

Read our Spring E-Newsletter!  You & Your Community During the Covid-19 Pandemic 

Parenting During the Pandemic Resource List 

When—Not If—You Lose It With Your Child During Coronavirus

Helping Lonely Children During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Feeling overwhelmed by lockdown parenting? These small wins may help ease stress

A Quarantine Benefit: Lowering the Flame on Tween Drama

4 Ways to Help Parents From Burning Out

Treating anxiety and stress in front-line workers: A step-by-step CBT guide

Coping with Coronavirus Fears - Dr. Eileen Kennedy-Moore on Live With Kelly and Ryan

Staying mentally strong while quarantined during the COVID-19 Pandemic 

How parents can protect kids’ mental health during the pandemic

Ageism and COVID-19

Kids Are Grieving, Too

What is my life? Where is my life going?

Provider Well-Being in a Pandemic

What's the New Normal?

Reducing Helplessness and Anxiety in a Time of COVID-19 

How to talk with your loved ones about COVID 19

How to Love the Ones You’re with During Coronavirus

Coping With Worries About the Coronavirus

Addressing issues affecting graduate students, postdocs, interns and faculty with supervision and training responsibilities

Anxiety During the COVID-19 Pandemic Health Crisis 

Managing COVID-19 Related Stress and Anxiety in our Children and Teens 

Why the baby boomer generation has been knocked sideways by the coronavirus

Working the front lines is taking its toll on New Jersey’s health care providers

3-17-20 APA Message - As the world grapples with the evolving impact of COVID-19


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New Jersey Department of Health - Latest Coronavirus Information 

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention  Healthcare Professionals: Frequently Asked Questions and Answers

US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS):  Latest Coronavirus News