CopeColumbia

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CopeColumbia

Growing Resilience

Our mission is to foster collective well-being and resilience by sharing evidence-based coping strategies, facilitating access to peer support, and contributing to an inclusive and compassionate culture for faculty and staff of CUIMC and the larger Columbia community. 

Peer Support Services

CopeColumbia peer support services are available to all CUIMC faculty, residents, and staff. Sessions provide an opportunity for employees to talk about their experiences, ask questions, and obtain guidance and practical suggestions from our psychiatry faculty.

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News

  • December 13, 2021

    A new program at ColumbiaDoctors embeds behavioral health specialists alongside primary care providers to care for patients’ mental health needs.

    Topic

    Mental Health
    person with depression visiting a therapist, Getty Images
  • December 15, 2021

    Despite the emotional challenges, the holidays offer a chance to put work aside, catch our breath, and rejoice with loved ones, says Columbia psychologist Dr. Zachary Blumkin.

    Topic

    Mental Health
    woman, looking stressed, sitting near Christmas tree
  • December 23, 2021

    A Columbia expert explains how to recognize the signs of seasonal affective disorder and why it’s important to treat it as the COVID outbreak continues.

    Topic

    Mental Health
    man walking at night on a snowy street