Crisis Coping Resources

ComPsych’s Guidance Resources®, the State of Idaho’s Employee Assistance Program provider, has shared the following resources to help cope with the anxiety and stress associated with global crisis and conflict.

Through the Employee Assistance Program, benefit eligible employees and their dependents may receive 1 to 5 visits per person, per issue, per plan year to confidential counseling services with no copayment required. Visit the Office of Group Insurance website to learn more.

Coping with Conflict Guide

  • Dealing with the effects of social upheaval
  • Coping with a traumatic event
  • When anxiety becomes a problem
  • Workplace resiliency in response to political discord
  • Answering questions children have about tragedy
  • Helping children cope with trauma
  • Talking to a child during uncertain times
  • Coping with grief
  • Infographic: coping with stress and anxiety
  • Infographic: when anxiety becomes a problem

Crisis Portal

  • Coping with a traumatic event
  • Coping emotionally after a disaster
  • Talking to a child about a traumatic event
  • What should I do when I am told to evacuate?
  • Coping with grief
  • Coping with a crisis or traumatic event

Coping During Uncertain Times Webinar Recording

People have a powerful need to understand and predict their environments in order to feel in control. When we are exposed to potential threats to our well-being, we naturally respond to this uncertainty with anxiety and fear. This training will address ways of effectively coping with uncertainty and will examine how to remain positive and functional, despite the risks of living in a changing world. Included will be practical tips for coping with uncertainty, re-establishing control, and tips for speaking to children about fear.