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COVID-19 Resources for Providers 

Welcome to the COVID-19 Task Force Page for providers. On this page you will find a host of resources that we hope will be helpful to your specific needs and experiences during this time. It is our sincere hope that each of you is finding some level of hope and ability to stay grounded during these challenging times. Feel free to share these resources with others and keep checking back for updates for more resources or upcoming events.


Provider Self-Care During COVID-19

Dr. Jessica Smedley, co-chair of the DCPA Task force, was interviewed by Psychology Today on "The Need for Support Groups in Times of Tension." This article highlights the essential and impactful groups she has led in response to the current crisis.


State-by-state guide to the rules/laws about telehealth services across state lines

Free 2 hour telehealth training

FREE 12 credit CE Telehealth training (Use code TELEFREE‪)

A Mental Health Provider's Guide to Telehealth: Providing Outpatient Videoconferencing Services: Jonathan G. Perle

Ten Percent Happier is giving FREE access for healthcare workers. Email for instructions

‬‬‬‬‬Headspace is offering a free access through 2020 for professionals in public health settings

Free Webinar on Sensorimotor Psychotherapy from a Distance

FREE CE Course: Swiftly Transitioning to Online Therapy, Legally, Ethically, and Efficientl


First Responder & Healthcare Professional Support Program: Volunteer initiative to match volunteer mental health professionals with COVID-19 first responders, emergency personnel, and healthcare professionals dealing with the stress associated with COVID-19. If you would like to be matched with a volunteer mental health provider for a one hour session, please fill out this form: If you would like to volunteer, please fill out the interest form at

Community & Conversation Gatherings: To be in community, share feelings & resources, play games, and connect with other human beings. Wednesdays from 3-4 p.m. EST. Join from wherever you are using Zoom.

90-min Virtual Trainings for Your Team: One-Click Booking

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