Saint Francis’ mental health a focus after mass shooting

MANAGE MENTAL TRAUMA. AND THESE ARE OUR COLLEAGUES. I AM THAT WE ARE MEMBER OF THE SAINT FRANCIS HEALTH SYSTEM STAFF IN THE SAINT FRANCIS HEALTH SYSTEM ARE STILL RECOVERING THE HORRIBLE REALITY. EYTH TELLS YOU HOW THEY ARE DOING TODAY. THESE ARE PEOPLE CARRYING OUT WHAT THEY WERE MOST PASSIVE ABOUT WHICH HELP PEOPLE AND TAKE THEIR LIFE. HE REALLY COME HOME IF YOU KNOW Suddenly IT’S CLEOSO T YOU AND IT’S WITHIN THE COMPANY AND INSTITUTION YOU WORK FOR, BUT TONIGHT THESE MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS TELL US HOW SOMEONE DEALS WITH THE TRAGEDY MORE THAN YOU CAN INTERACT WITH OTHERS. SOMETIMES YOU MAY NOTICE THIS THGSIN WITH YOURSELF AND SOMETIMES IT MAY BE DIFFICULT FOR OTHER PEOPLE TO NOTICE A CHANGE. IT IS NOT NECESSARY TO KEEP THE FEELINGS AND FACT IT IS BETTER FOR YOUR MIND AND BODY IF YOU GET OUT AND I SAY THAT LIKE ROBIN SAY IT IS REALLY IMPORTANT. TALK TO SOMEONE AND IF THAT IS NOT ENOUGH, TOUCH YOUR DOCTOR OR CARE PROVIDER FOR MENTAL HEALTH TOOLS WITHOUT FEELING GUILTY AND STAY AWAY FROM SUBSTANCES LIKE ALCOHOL AND DRUGS, EVEN IF YOU KNOW YOU KNOW THEM OTHERWISE IT WAS WORSE SO I DON’T WANT TO FIND RESOURCES. IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO JUST CONTINUE AND LOOK FOR IT TO LOOK FOR IT. SO FOR EXAMPLE SHE SAYS TO HAVE ALL EXTRA COUELNSORS AND MENTAL HEALTH SOURCES AVAILABLE FOR THEIR OWN THINGS THIS WEEK, EMOTIONAL AND SPIRITUAL SUPPORT

Saint Francis Mental Health Care Providers Describe How to Cope With Trauma After Mass Shooting in Tulsa

The health system was the site of a mass shooting that claimed four lives and that of the gunman

Tulsa’s mass shooting was a target for the people we rely on to take care of us. ‘These are our colleagues. We are members of the Saint Francis Health System,” said Sahib Khalsa of the Laureate Institute for Brain Research, Saint Francis. St. Francis workers are reeling from the horrific reality of the shooting. She described how she is doing. >> See also: Running, hiding or fighting when faced with an active shooting situation, police say: “These are people who were doing what they were most passionate about, which is helping people, and their lives were cut short,” he said . “It really hits home when it’s suddenly close to you, and within the company and institution you work for,” said Robin Aupperle of the laureate. The two mental health professionals explained how anyone can cope with a tragedy, starting with physical changes, mood and how to interact with others. “Sometimes you can notice these things in yourself, and other times it’s hard to see them in yourself and other people can notice a change in you,” he said. member of the Oklahoma GOP Senate leadership. There is no need to hold back the feelings. It is better for your mind and body if you ask for help. “In those circumstances, it’s very important that you talk to someone,” he said. If that’s not enough, check with your doctor or health care provider for mental health aids — without feeling guilty. And stay away from alcohol and drugs. >> See Also: Former Colleague Recalls Surgeon’s Death At Tulsa Medical Facility “Even if you feel upset, but someone else has it worse, so I don’t want to seek resources, the default would be have to be to figure that out,” she said. St. Francis has additional counselors and mental health resources for their staff this week, including emotional and spiritual support.

Tulsa’s mass shooting was a target for the people we rely on to take care of us.

“These are our colleagues. We are members of the Saint Francis Health System,” said Sahib Khalsa of the Laureate Institute for Brain Research, Saint Francis.

St. Francis workers are reeling from the horrific reality of the shooting. She described how she is doing.

>> See also: Run, hide or fight when faced with an active shooting situation, police say

“These are people doing what they were most passionate about, which is helping people, and their lives were cut short,” he said.

“It only really touches you when it is suddenly close to you, and within the company and the institution for which you work,” says Robin Aupperle of the laureate.

The two mental health professionals explained how anyone can deal with tragedy, starting with physical mood swings and interacting with others.

“Sometimes you can notice these things in yourself, and other times it’s hard to see them in yourself and other people can notice a change in you,” he said.

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There is no need to hold onto the feelings. It is better for your mind and body if you seek help.

“In those circumstances, it’s very important that you talk to someone,” he said.

If that’s not enough, talk to your doctor or mental health provider — without feeling guilty. And stay away from alcohol and drugs.

>> See also: Former Colleague Remembers Surgeon Killed in Tulsa Medical Facility Shooting

“Even if you feel like you’re upset, but someone else has it worse, so I don’t want to look for resources should be the default to sort that out,” she said.

Saint Francis has additional counselors and mental health resources for their staff this week, including emotional and spiritual support.

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