COVID-19: Strategies For Supporting Mental Health
Join Lead Nurse Navigator at Advica Health, Nikki Monk and Joy Sereda, Clinical Manager First Call Care (FCC) and Health Canada as they discuss the Mental Health Impacts of COVID-19. The various experiences of employee burnout amongst populations with families, those living alone, and the roles mangers play in supporting their employee’s health are explored. Joy and Nikki dive into leadership strategies in the workplace as well as self-care practices that you and your teams can engage in to protect your mental health and wellbeing. Professional support options available through Advica Health and Homewood Health are explored.
Remember: Our team is committed to sharing credible information and resources about maintaining both physical and mental health during this time of crisis, and supporting our members in managing their healthcare journey.
For more information on how you can discuss your mental or physical health with a professional or access our partnered service options made available through Homewood Health, please reach out to our team via email at INFO@ADVICAHEALTH.COM
If you or someone you know needs immediate support, reach out to:
Canadian Suicide Prevention Service
1.833.456.4566 / www.crisisservicescanada.ca
Quebec Residents: 1.866.277.3553
Kids Help Phone
1-800-668-6868 / https://kidshelpphone.ca
Visit Homewood Health https://homewoodhealth.com/corporate
To learn more about Wellness & Prevention, Employee & Family Assistance Programs, Crisis Management Services, Disability Prevention Services visit https://homewoodhealth.com/corporate/services/stay-at-work
About Nikki Monk, RN & Lead Nurse Navigator, Advica Health:
Nikki is a Registered Nurse and Lead Nurse Navigator at Advica Health. She has experience working in both hospital and virtual care settings.
About Joy Sereda, Clinical Manager First Call Care (FCC) and Health Canada
Joy brings 17 years of experience in the mental health field, holding various roles in both the public sector and in private practice. Joy holds active registrations in Ontario as a Registered Psychotherapist and Registered Social Worker.