This page acts as a signpost to other helpful resources out there. As well as our own self-help guides, we also recommend that you have a look at the following, especially if you take in information better with videos, podcasts or interactive apps. Click on each description to go the websites or files.
Speak to someone
There are also lots of charities offering support- try searching here:
If you feel unsafe, whether due to physical or mental health difficulties, you should call 999 immediately.
Digital Self-Help Programmes
If you find it easier working in an online interactive media, you might find the resources below useful!
Meditation can help us to recentre, focus on the present and what is in our control, and feel calmer and more content as a result. The following links take you to websites or apps where you can listen to free meditations:
10 Self-Compassion Practices to Help You Cope with the Coronavirus Pandemic - by Kristin Neff and Chris Germer (key names in the topic of self-compassion).
It can be difficult supporting children with their worries on top of managing your own. Check out these resources which might help.
Online Exercise and Yoga
Articles and Ideas
The government have put together comprehensive guidelines on managing mental health at this time (including links to NHS mental health resources, and information for specific groups of people whose mental health might be particularly vulnerable at this time).
If you can think of any other resources that should be on this page, please e-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
This Coronavirus Resource has been created to offer guidance and support to people struggling to cope with the psychological impact of the pandemic.