ASAP Training, Workshops and Drop-In Support | UC Davis Health

Stress is pervasive as we cope with concerns about COVID-19

Join us to get support, social connection, and tips for coping. 

  • We are open to all UC Davis Health employees and we plan to add more support options below. Please join us! 
  • PLEASE NOTE: You may request participation by contacting Please indicate the date & tune of your choice. You will be emailed to confirm & be provided with the private meeting ID and the passcode needed to participate. This information should be requested on an individual basis for security reasons.

  • For any questions, concerns or feedback, please contact UCDAVIS HEALTH ASAP at (916) 734-2727



Pandemic Parenting Support Group

As the pandemic continues and flexibility continues to be required, some parents are finding comfort in discussing the challenges with others. As younger children cannot yet receive the vaccine and schools are needing parents to be increasingly flexible there are many unknowns with no clear answers. The UC Davis Health ASAP team would like to continue to provide a safe space for parents with any age children to come together and support each other. My name is Perynn D’Alba and I am a Post-Doctoral Fellow with a degree in Clinical Psychology. I appreciate the opportunity to assist UC Davis employees with children to come together and navigate these unique times.

Previously this group discussed zoom learning, COVID safe outdoor activities in the area for younger children, and teen socializing during quarantine among many other topics. Parents had children ranging from infants to seniors in high school, all with the common goal of processing the chaotic and inconsistent times we are in. I look forward to meeting you!

Every Thursday in October
Noon - 1 p.m.


  • October 21
  • October 28

  • Registration instructions above

Coping with grief, loss, and change

This group provides a safe space for people to share experiences of loss and get support and coping tools to help them navigate the unique process of grief.

  • Wednesday, October 20, from 3-4 p.m.

  • Wednesday, October 27, from 3-4 p.m.

  • Registration instructions above