Stress Management Resources
Check out these stress management resources designed to help you build resiliency and flexibility when you need it most.
- UBC Department of Family Medicine: Resilience in Residency Video
- Dr. Brian Goldman "Doctors make mistakes, can we talk about that?"
- Nigel Marsh: TED talk on "How to make work-life balance work
- Anxiety Online
A comprehensive, online mental health service from Swinburne University of Technology offering information, assessment, online diagnosis, and treatment programs ("eTherapy") for anxiety disorders.
A 16-session interactive course written by a team of practicing therapists and research scientists. The course is continually updated with feedback from real users. One of the most popular tools is the moderated online discussion board. Trained health educators guide discussions and maintain a helpful, accurate, and supportive environment. In addition, the Depression Center programs provide a wide range of useful features, including downloadable workbooks; homework and tracking sheets; the Mood TrackerTM, which is an interactive tracking tool to monitor symptom improvement over time; weekly check-ins and reviews; a baseline assessment; a progress tracker; and glossaries with easy-to-understand explanations of common terms and medication.
Using a 12-session approach, the Panic Center (PC) is designed to help those suffering from anxiety and panic disorders. Outcome results have demonstrated a "dose-response" relationship, with significant improvement in frequency and severity of anxious episodes after only four sessions. As with the other programs, the moderated online discussion boards provide a supportive and anonymous means of connecting with others. Trained health educators guide discussions and maintain a helpful, accurate, and supportive environment. After the confidential registration is completed, users have access to a wide range of features, including: downloadable workbooks; homework and tracking sheets; weekly check-ins and reviews; moderated online discussion boards, including the web-based instant messenger for private conversations; and glossaries with easy-to-understand explanations of common terms and medications.
A self-help, interactive program with modules for depression, generalized anxiety and worry, social anxiety, relationship breakdown, and loss and grief. It provides evidence-based information and teaches strategies drawn from cognitive, behavioral, and interpersonal therapies, as well as relaxation and physical activity techniques.
An innovative, interactive web program designed to prevent depression. It consists of five modules, an interactive game, anxiety and depression assessments, downloadable relaxation audio, a workbook, and feedback assessment.
An online resource helping people find hope after loss. Its mission is to provide information and resources for people who have experienced loss, to provide a forum where such people can learn from and help each other, and to share educational grants and networking support for those whose studies are focused on improving the care of people who grieve.
This information package is designed to help you understand what is helpful and unhelpful about being a perfectionist. The goal is not for you to give up your high standards altogether, but to learn to pursue healthy high standards rather than unrelenting high standards that negatively impact your life. This Infopax is organized into modules that are designed to be worked through in sequence. We recommend that you complete one module before going on to the next. Each module includes information, worksheets, and suggested exercises or activities.
Computer Assisted Learning for the Mind contains podcasts and audio files that can be easily uploaded to mobile devices. The tunes included within this website are geared towards mental resilience, managing stressors, healthy relationships, and meaning in life.