Syntero is dedicated to offering the professional care our community needs to thrive. We also realize that additional resources may be needed to navigate through these uncertain times. Please see the following resources regarding general mental health and wellness, grief and loss, the COVID-19 pandemic, burnout, anti-racism and racial trauma and healing. This page of helpful resources will be updated regularly, so please visit often.

Please Note: There are instances when resources could be categorized in multiple subject areas; particularly in the Grief and Loss category. Resources listed in categories other than Grief and Loss that include grief and loss coping skills and information are marked with an asterisk (*).

Syntero Videos and Webinars

Please visit Syntero’s YouTube channel for short videos featuring everything from coping tips to parenting help.

Grief & Loss*

COVID-19 – Education

COVID-19 – Emotional Wellness

COVID-19 Children and Families

COVID-19 – Older Adults

Burnout Prevention


Racial Trauma & Healing


  • Talking to Youth About Race – A two-part webinar series featuring Syntero school-based clinicians. Learn why it is important to talk about race and the best way to start continuing conversations with young people. Click here to access the resources mentioned during the presentation.




  • Into the Fold: Issues in Mental Health is the monthly podcast by the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health. Consistent with the spirit of the foundation’s work, the podcast captures the human implications of mental health and related issues, bringing you conversations with mental health advocates, researchers, consumers, officials, and others who carry the torch on behalf of mental health and wellness. This podcast addresses issues facing BIPOC, as well as veterans, people living in rural communities and other underserved or vulnerable populations.
  • Therapy for Black Girls: Podcast founded and created by Joy Haven Bradford, PhD, “…a weekly chat about all things mental health, personal development, and all the small decisions we can make to become the best possible versions of ourselves.”
  • Let’s Talk Bruh: Podcast on Black Masculinity.


  • Insight Timer: Smartphone app and online community for meditation; guided meditations, music and talks available for free and for-fee.  
  • Liberate Meditation: An app designed by tech entrepreneur Julio Rivera, specifically to support the meditation practices of people from BIPOC communities. Available from Apple’s App Store and Google Play; compatible with iOS and Android; can be downloaded free of charge; free and for-fee guided meditations and dharma talks available.