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Free Resource for Psychology Professionals Launched to Help Their Clients Cope During COVID-19


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PositivePscyhology.com today announced The Crisis Kit: 5 Tools for Helping Clients Through Turbulent Times, a new free download resource for mental health practitioners. The Crisis Kit is a collection of five science-based positive psychology tools in PDF format and offers mental health professionals tools they can use in their practice and coaching sessions to help their clients build much-needed resilience, coping and accepting skills.

‘We believe that now, more than ever, positive psychology can really help to lift others up. We are going to do everything in our power to help mental health practitioners help those they care for in these times of turbulence and uncertainty,’ says Seph Fontane Pennock, CEO at PositivePsychology.com. 

The Crisis Kit is a 41-page PDF including the following resources:

  • The Eye of the Hurricane Meditation (+ audio)
  • Dealing With Uncontrollable Circumstances
  • The Unwanted Guest
  • Window of Tolerance
  • My Resilience Plan (The Four S’s)

These are some of the best tools known of for helping people to:

  • use their mental resources well
  • connect to a place of inner peace
  • become aware of factors within and beyond personal control
  • practice acceptance-based coping
  • remain calm and composed in the face of stress

The author of The Crisis Kit is Dr Hugo Alberts, a psychologist, researcher, entrepreneur, and former Professor of Psychology in the Netherlands. As the co-founder of PositivePsychology.com, he provides practitioners with the right knowledge and tools to apply positive psychology in real-life settings and make a difference in the lives of their clients and students.

The material is being downloaded widely and is already helping practitioners find more ways to help those they care about. 

Deborah Lorenzo, life coach, was one of hundreds of customers who emailed us to share her positive feedback on the toolkit: ‘This is so wonderful and generous and uplifting. I feel such a deep responsibility and humbling call to help, not just my clients but everyone I am connected to. In order to do that, I have to remember to put my oxygen mask in first. These resources are truly the most timely and useful gift. I am grateful.’

The Crisis Kit is available immediately and to be downloaded for free.


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