6 episodes

We’re living in a strange and frightening time: the coronavirus pandemic. How are we going to get through this? More than ever, we need the skills, ideas, and relationships that help build our resilience. Join Dr. Ann Marie Roepke, Ph.D., clinical psychologist, as she shares insights and practical tools for making it through this together. Note: this podcast is offered for educational and informational purposes only. It is not intended as a healthcare service, nor to provide medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment of any kind; and your participation in this service does not create a doctor/patient relationship.

Psychological Resilience in the Time of Coronavirus Ann Marie Roepke, Ph.D.

    • Mental Health
    • 4.8, 4 Ratings

We’re living in a strange and frightening time: the coronavirus pandemic. How are we going to get through this? More than ever, we need the skills, ideas, and relationships that help build our resilience. Join Dr. Ann Marie Roepke, Ph.D., clinical psychologist, as she shares insights and practical tools for making it through this together. Note: this podcast is offered for educational and informational purposes only. It is not intended as a healthcare service, nor to provide medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment of any kind; and your participation in this service does not create a doctor/patient relationship.

    6. True and Useful Thoughts

    6. True and Useful Thoughts

    In Episode 6 we're thinking about our thinking: noticing the ways that our thoughts and beliefs work for us -- or work against us -- when we face challenges. We explore what cognitive therapy is all about, and learn a 4-step process for examining and...

    • 21 min
    5. Mindfulness (Part 2): Responding, Not Reacting, to Challenges

    5. Mindfulness (Part 2): Responding, Not Reacting, to Challenges

    Episode 5 continues to explore mindfulness, discusses how mindfulness can help us respond wisely vs. react unhelpfully to challenges, briefly covers neuroplasticity (how the brain rewires itself!), and provides guidance for doing a formal mindfulness...

    • 22 min
    4. Mindfulness (Part 1): Responding, Not Reacting, to Challenges

    4. Mindfulness (Part 1): Responding, Not Reacting, to Challenges

    Episode 4 explores mindfulness, discusses how mindfulness is being used in therapy to help people deal with difficulties, covers some of its benefits and risks, and describes some informal mindfulness practices. Resources and references:1. Mindfulness...

    • 18 min
    3. Maintaining Motivation in a Hard Time (or Anytime)

    3. Maintaining Motivation in a Hard Time (or Anytime)

    Episode 3 explores how to stay motivated to accomplish goals that matter to us, unpacks the upsides and downsides of positive thinking, and introduces a tool to boost motivation.Resources and references:1. Motivation research...

    • 17 min
    2. Self-Compassion During a Crisis: What if we don't have to write King Lear, revolutionize home schooling, become spiritually evolved, and get in the best shape of our lives, on top of everything else?

    2. Self-Compassion During a Crisis: What if we don't have to write King Lear, revolutionize home schooling, become spiritually evolved, and get in the best shape of our lives, on top of everything else?

    Episode 2 explores how we get mired in self-judgment and shame during a crisis, and how to get unstuck through practicing self-compassion. Resources and references:1. Einstein's desk (photo & essay):...

    • 27 min
    1. Using Our Compass in the Storm

    1. Using Our Compass in the Storm

    Episode 1, Using Our Compass in the Storm, is about using our values to cope with our anxieties. Resources and references:1. Values card sort activity: http://www.motivationalinterviewing.org/sites/default/files/valuescardsort_0.pdf2. More information...

    • 16 min

Customer Reviews

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4 Ratings

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Insightful & helpful

I’m only one episode in so far, but I have enjoyed the content so far. I appreciate that her insights are thoughtful, and examples are easy to relate to. I find the imagery accurate and suggestions to ease anxiety very helpful. An empathetic professional using her skills to help is so appreciated right now! 💕

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