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Mental Health Resources

View and listen to our podcasts and webinars on mental health.

Many individuals in our healthcare community were at the forefront of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The well-being of our healthcare professionals is critically important to us. ARDMS and our family of certification councils, have curated the below mental health resources for you. Read more below.

Inteleos/APA Webinar Series

In partnership with the American Psychological Association (APA), Inteleos and its certification alliances are proud to bring you a 3-part webinar series on timely, important mental health topics. Read the full press release here.

Fostering Resiliency Through and Beyond COVID-19

Guest Speakers:

  • Lisa M. Brown, PhD, ABPP – Professor, Director of the Trauma Program, Palo Alto University and Adjunct Clinical Professor, Stanford University School of Medicine
  • Leah Weiss, PhD – Lecturer, Stanford Graduate School of Business, Researcher, Consultant, and Author

Dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic has been compared to a marathon, not a sprint, and after months of enduring the crisis, many are questioning whether their self-care practices are enough to withstand the long haul. Healthcare workers are especially impacted. Watch this webinar with Dr. Lisa Brown and Dr. Leah Weiss as they address the topic of resilience and offer practical strategies for staying resilient as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.

Watch the recording!

Battling Burnout in the COVID-19 Era

Guest Speaker:  Mana K. Ali, PhD,
– Spinal Cord Injury/Disease Unit,
MedStar National Rehabilitation Hospital

Being on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic, many healthcare workers bear the burden of a unique stress imposed on them by the very nature of their job: regular, if not daily, exposure to the virus. This webinar will offers insight on identifying signs of, managing and reducing stress. Dr. Ali will defines burnout and provides insight on how to cope in this stressful pandemic environment.

Watch the recording!

Effective Leadership & Self-Care Strategies in the Time of COVID-19


  • Arthur C. Evans, Jr., PhD – CEO and EVP, American Psychological Association
  • Leah Jolly, MSAH, RVT, RPhS – Assistant Professor & Clinical Coordinator, Vascular Technology Program, Oregon Institute of Technology, and Vice-Chair, ARDMS Council
  • Raymond Russell, MD, PhD, FACC, MASNC – Professor of Medicine, Director – Nuclear Cardiology, Director – Cardio-Oncology, Brown University, Rhode Island Hospital, and Vice-Chair, APCA Council

Moderator: Dale R. Cyr, MBA, CAE – CEO, Inteleos

Healthcare workers are at great risk for increased stress due to COVID-19 and even more so at risk are those in leadership positions. Watch our complimentary webinar in which our panelists – who are leaders too – offer supportive information and tools regarding self-care during these unprecedented times. It is critical for leaders to care for themselves before they can effectively care for and lead others.

Watch the recording!

Podcast Series With Dr. Wendy Dean

Guest Speaker:  Wendy Dean, MD – President, CEO and Co-Founder of The Moral Injury of Healthcare
Host:  Tricia Turner, RDMS, RVT – Chair, ARDMS Council and Director of the Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program at South Hills School of Business & Technology

Listen to The Podcasts:

Listen to the first podcast! Listen to the second podcast!

Leading Your Institution, Your Colleagues, & Yourself Through Stressful Times Webinar

Guest Speaker: Albert W. Wu, MD, MPH – Professor of Health Policy & Management
and Medicine, Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health

In this webinar, Dr. Albert Wu of Johns Hopkins Medicine describes the harmful impact of COVID-19 on the psychological well-being of healthcare workers, including short-term feelings of fear, anxiety and frustration to long-term risks of burnout and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). These stresses on our healthcare providers can lead to detrimental patient care, emphasizing the important need for institutions to provide an integrated continuum of staff support programs. Dr. Wu goes on to stress what individuals should do during this health crisis to promote good mental health, including taking care of basic needs and reaching out to colleagues to stay connected.

Watch the recording!
Anxiety, Depression, Fear, and PTSD
Anxiety, Depression, Fear, and PTSD
Anxiety, Depression, Fear, and PTSD

Disclaimer: The information, views and opinions expressed by the presenters do not necessarily reflect the policies, positions, or opinions of Inteleos. These online resources are for informational purposes only, and are not intended to provide medical advice and should not be used as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Please reach out to your personal physician or medical provider, if you have additional questions. You may also access for further information.