St. Francis’ mental health is a focus after the mass shooting

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St. Francis Mental Health Providers Describe How to Cope with Trauma After Massacre in Tulsa

The health system was the site of a mass shooting that took four lives and that of the shooter

Tulsa’s mass shooting targeted the people we rely on to take care of us. “These are our colleagues. We are members of the health system of St. Francis, “said Sahib Halsa of the Laureate Institute for Brain Research, St. Francis. St. Francis’ employees are recovering from the horrific reality of the shooting. They described how they cope. >> See also: Run, hide or fight if you face an active shooter situation, police say “These are people who did what they were most passionate about, which helped people and their lives were interrupted” , he said. “He really gets caught up when he’s suddenly close to you and the company and institution you work for,” said Robin Auperl of Laureate. The two mental health professionals explained how anyone can cope with a tragedy, starting with physical mood swings and how you interact with others. “Sometimes you can notice these things in yourself, and other times it’s hard to see them in yourself. His and other people may notice a change in you, “he said. It’s better for your mind and body if you seek help. “In these circumstances, it’s really important to talk to someone,” he said. If that’s not enough, contact your doctor or health care provider for mental health resources – without feeling guilty. And stay away from alcohol and drugs. >> See also: Former colleague remembers murdered surgeon in Tulsa medical shooting “Even if you feel upset, but someone else is worse, so I don’t want to look for resources, by default “Look for that,” she said. St. Francis has additional mental health counselors and resources for his staff this week, including emotional and spiritual support.

The mass shooting of Tulsa has set a target against the people we rely on to be taken care of.

“These are our colleagues. We are members of the health system of St. Francis, “said Sahib Halsa of the Laureate Institute for Brain Research, St. Francis.

St. Francis’ employees are recovering from the horrific reality of the shooting. They described how they cope.

>> See also: Run, hide or fight if you encounter an active shooter situation, police say

“These are people who did what they were most passionate about, which helped people and their lives were cut short,” he said.

“It really catches on when it’s suddenly close to you and within the company and the institution you work for,” said Robin Auperl of Laureate.

The two mental health professionals explained how anyone can cope with the tragedy, starting with physical mood swings and how you 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 may notice a change in you,” he said.

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You don’t need to hold back your feelings. It is better for your mind and body if you seek help.

“In these circumstances, it’s really important to talk to someone,” he said.

If that’s not enough, contact your doctor or health care provider for mental health resources – without feeling guilty. And stay away from alcohol and drugs.

>> See also: A former colleague remembers a surgeon killed in a shooting at a medical facility in Tulsa

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

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

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