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Witnessing, Loss and Grief in Covid Time: What Truly Matters - Kaethe Weingarten, Ph.D. - Shared screen with speaker view
Tamara Vesel
42:27
Please send questions or comments during the presentation.
Tamara Vesel
42:53
Dr Wengarten will be able to respond to them later
Lynn Myers
57:04
yes. I feel in 1
Neha Sharma
57:13
Bouncing back and forth from 1 to 4
Fei-Shiuann Clarissa Yang
57:28
4 and 1
Marcy Cass
57:33
See many 3s and 4s.
Marcia Wilson
57:44
I agree back and forth between 1 and 4; witnessing patients between the two as well
Anh Lam
57:49
4 and 1
charles
58:20
1 on the job but 4 necessary until it becomes self destructive
Tamara Vesel
58:29
Thank you
charles
01:09:00
#3 and #4 on that list are huge. esp if sick time is used to “pay for” time away if you have COVID
charles
01:18:04
re the ER doc: vicarious trauma profound on her. (on us)
charles
01:21:48
no the list of stresses we think about re 3 and 4
charles
01:22:00
as employees
Neha Sharma
01:28:15
I liked thinking about Victor Fankl who said that one should think about, “what does this moment ask of you?”
charles
01:31:43
Joan Halifax is also excellent on helping build resilience in health care workers
Neha Sharma
01:31:45
Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful perspective
jeanine carlson
01:31:46
Excellent and thought provoking. Thank you.
Carol Becker
01:34:15
The emphasis on taking action when we feel helpless I have found to be extremely helpful in thinking about what direction to take personally and in relation to others. This reminds me of the serenity prayer, and discerning when and how we can take action and when there is nothing we can do.
Maura Lynch
01:35:59
Thank you. Grateful to hear your thoughtful insight. The resiliency portfolio is an especially useful tool.
Linda Potts
01:36:09
Thank you very much
Anh Lam
01:36:13
Thank you.
Kelly Lawman
01:36:23
Thank you.
Sheryl Dulong
01:36:26
Thank you