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COVID-19 Resources

Beck Institute is committed to supporting our global community as it responds to the urgent mental health needs posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. We have compiled the following resources to assist professionals in the health, mental health, and adjacent fields in helping their clients during this time.

*Please note that any item with an asterisk is appropriate for the general public, in addition to mental health professionals.

This is a dynamic list and we will add resources as we create or find them. If you have anything you would like to share, please email

Back to School Resources
  • Beck Institute created this extensive list of CBT resources* for parents of young children and adolescents. It contains timely information on dealing with stress, anxiety, and other issues that can affect school-aged children during this challenging time. (Please note that this list is evolving, and we will continue to add resources to it.)

Recovery-Oriented Cognitive Therapy (CT-R) Webinar Series: Flourishing in a Time of Prescribed Social Distancing *

CBT for Front-Line Medical Professionals: Brief Interventions During a Time of Crisis

CBT for Front-Line Medical Professionals: Using the Socratic Method

CBT for Substance Use Disorders During the COVID-19 Crisis: Two-Part Series

  • In Part One of this on-demand webinar, Dr. Allen Miller, Director of CBT Programs, discusses how to adjust CBT treatment for substance use disorders during the COVID-19 pandemic and relates issues of social isolation, anxiety, and stress may heighten challenges for individuals working on recovery.
  • In Part Two, he describes over twenty CBT techniques to use when working with people on recovery issues during the COVID-19 Crisis. Dr. Miller offers different CBT techniques as options for helping people with recovery efforts during the COVID-19 crisis.

Managing Mental Health in the Workplace

  • In this webinar, Dr. Allen Miller, Director of CBT Programs at Beck Institute, discusses ways in which organizations and businesses can address this important topic respectfully and responsibly. He provides a summary background of Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), one of the most popular and widely-studied evidence-based practices in the world, alongside tips for managers and supervisors in discussing mental health and strategies to normalize discussions of mental health in the workplace.
Clinic and Faculty Blogs
Telehealth Resources
Relevant Articles on Dealing with Traumatic Events
Multimedia Resources
Helpful Books
Relevant Research
CDC Updates