Self-care procedure for coronavirus (SCP-C) for mental health practitioners
The coronavirus pandemic is challenging for mental health practitioners. Stabilization relating to temporary disasters, whether man-made or natural, is done by recognizing that the past danger is over. The ongoing nature of the coronavirus crisis mainly raises concerns about dangers in the present and future. Therefore, it requires a new way of stabilization than the ISP® (Immediate Stabilization Procedure). The Self Care Procedure for Coronavirus (SCP-C) for Mental Health Practitioners attempts to achieve this goal by dynamically adapting to this specific global situation.
Original Work Citation
Quinn, G. (2020). Self-care procedure for coronavirus (SCP-C) for mental health practitioners. In M. Luber's (Ed.), EMDR resources in the era of COVID-19 (pp. 95-103). Author
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