Managing online harassment: What to know to ensure your digital and psychological safety
This 75-minute session led by the Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma and the Committee to Protect Journalists provides reporters, editors, managers and other news staff with practical digital security steps and psychological precautions to take before, during, and after online harassment and attacks. The briefing covers both digital and psychological safety in the lead-up to and post-U.S. presidential election. The training will be delivered by Elana Newman, PhD., a clinical psychologist and research director for the Dart Center, and Ela Stapley, a digital security expert with the Committee to Protect Journalists and a former freelance journalist.
CPJ’s guide to protecting against targeted online attacks
CPJ’s guide to removing personal data from the internet
CPJ’s digital safety kit for journalists
CPJ’s risk assessment guide
How journalists can get access to a password manager for free.
HORN Network: Help removing the digital trail of online abuse
More training on Self-care:
Covering Natural Disasters: Preparedness Training
There are multiple resources journalists can prepare ahead of a natural disaster. Data + Journalism author and trainer Mike Reilley of University of Illinois-Chicago walks USA TODAY Network journalists through tools you may not have considered using.
Be the Beat: How to do CPR*
Tips and videos of CPR dos and don’ts from the American Heart Association with rich data and insights on women’s heart health – not a certification class.
Coping with the stress and trauma of journalism, using our EAP benefit
The EAP provides qualified counseling experts for you and your family members. It is free and confidential. This 60-minute session from EAP facilitator Gwen Kinsey will reintroduce this benefit and answer questions about how to use it. Gwen will also focus on the effects of stress, trauma and burnout for journalists.
Coping with stress, trauma and burnout
We focus on the effects of stress, trauma and burnout on individuals and teams, and offer guidance and recommendations for how to cope most effectively. This provides a grounding in trauma science and basic awareness of the impact of trauma exposure and related stresses along with evidence-based strategies and practices in wellness and collegial support.