Peer Support for Healthcare Workers

Managing low mood

Managing worry

Success/coping with stress

About this resource

Save this resource

What It Does

This resource features:

checkmarkA Peer Support community of healthcare professionals where members can share thoughts and feelings, seek support, and support and motivate others
checkmarkA modular, self-paced course on managing PTSD for nurses
checkmarkAn article discussing how to manage compassion fatigue
checkmarkAn article on coping with critical incident stress

How It Helps

This resource will help you:

checkmarkConnect with others
checkmarkBuild resilience
checkmarkLearn coping mechanisms that will help you in your work

This resource features:

checkmarkA Peer Support community of healthcare professionals where members can share thoughts and feelings, seek support, and support and motivate others
checkmarkA modular, self-paced course on managing PTSD for nurses
checkmarkAn article discussing how to manage compassion fatigue
checkmarkAn article on coping with critical incident stress

This resource will help you:

checkmarkConnect with others
checkmarkBuild resilience
checkmarkLearn coping mechanisms that will help you in your work

Save this resource

This resource from Togetherall allows you to connect with peers in the healthcare space and access specific resources developed in collaboration with the Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions.

Togetherall is a digital peer support community that is monitored 24/7 by mental health clinicians. It is a safe, anonymous, and inclusive space that allows individuals to express how they’re feeling and connect with others that have similar experiences for advice and support.

Join the Peer Support Community for Healthcare Workers Now

The Togetherall community includes:

  • Community: clinically managed online forums where people help people

  • Courses: self-guided group and individual courses covering mental health and lifestyle topics

  • Resources: library of self-help articles, plus helpful tests and tools to track progress

“All of a sudden I had a community of people who understood me. I wasn’t alone anymore.”

“Anonymity keeps me safe, so I’m able to tell the world how I’m feeling.”

Join the Peer Support Community for Healthcare Workers Now

Did you find this resource useful?

You might like to try these resources