Psychologist Self-Care During the Pandemic
Psychologist Self-Care During the Pandemic: Now More Than Ever
John C. Norcross & Colleen M. Phillips
National Register of Health Service Psychologists 2020
The COVID-19 crisis has transformed the lives and practices of psychologists and has highlighted the need for time-efficient selfcare.
The anxiety among psychologists (and humans) is practically universal—nearly every psychologist worldwide is experiencing
some negative impact on their mental health. We offer nine research-supported, practitioner-friendly methods of self-care to
manage anxiety and maintain optimal performance during these extraordinary times.