• American Counseling Association Trauma and Disaster
  • National Center for PTSD Psychological First Aid
  • Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Disaster Technical
  • SUNY New Paltz Institute for Disaster Mental Health
  • National Child Traumatic Stress Network
  • Red Cross Disaster Training
  • International Critical Incident Stress Foundation

Websites Devoted to Trauma

Comprehensive Internet guide to trauma by non-profit association:


Veteran’s Administration’s primer on trauma reactions:

CSI COVID-19 Resources for Professional Members

Note: We recognize that we are currently in an unprecedented season. Therefore, as a committee, we have put together this list of resources that we hope you may find helpful. This list is not exhaustive, but it is a start. Please note that this information is for professional members to fill your cup. There are many resources for ways to meet the needs of your clients, however we wanted to meet your needs.

Thank you to CSI’s Counselor Community Engagement Committee for also reviewing this list and providing additional resources.

Please note that these resources have been provided by the Professional Member Committee and the Counselor Community Engagement Committee, and they have not been endorsed by CSI International.


Filling Up Your Cup: Taking Care of Your Mental Health

Staying Healthy

Social Media Groups and Online Listservs

Facebook Groups:

  • The Circle Atlanta
  • Therapist Toolbox-Resources and Support for Therapist
  • Therapist supporting Therapist


  • This is a listserv where members post free resources job postings and dialogue and feedback about issues in counseling and Counseling education.

FREE CEs for Continuing Education

  • CSI Webinars: Free CE’s available for members
  • ACA: 12 CE’s for free for members of ACA.

Telemental Health Resources

HIPAA Compliant Telemed Services:

  • (free)
  • Zoom (upgraded)
  • VSee (upgraded)
  • GSuite
  • Clocktree
  • Signal
  • Spruce Health

Telemental Health Training:

Other Telehealth Resources:



When the public learns of an outbreak of an infectious disease such as COVID-19, they may experience anxiety and show signs of stress. Concerns about transmission from person to person may affect accessibility of social supports and reduce community cohesion. This stress is normal and may be more pronounced in people with loved ones in parts of the world hardest hit by the outbreak.

Healthcare providers, community and religious leaders, and government officials all have a role to play in helping people cope effectively and manage their stress in the current climate of concerns about COVID-19 transmission. The COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak has the potential to increase stress and anxiety, both because of the fear of catching the virus and also because of uncertainty about how the outbreak will affect us socially and economically. Below are practical steps you can take to improve your well-being during the pandemic:

Additional Resources