The coronavirus crisis is creating uncertain and challenging times for us all. Now more than ever we need to look after our mental health. We’ve got plenty of evidence-based, practical resources to help you through.
Free Weekly Meditation Sessions
To help each other through this difficult time, we’re holding free weekly mindfulness meditation sessions on Facebook Live. This will be a lovely opportunity for us all to slow down and connect together. Bring along family, friends, pets and anyone who needs a little respite from the whirlwind we’re all faced with right now.
Join our guided journalling mini-course
Join our wonderful little community over on Instagram where each day we’ll give you three prompts to use for your own journalling. We hope that this will be a gentle way to connect with yourself, reflect and make sense of some of the big thoughts and emotions that are swirling around in all of our hearts and our heads right now.
Take a listen to one of our guided audio exercises. We’ve created a special guided exercise to help with some of the challenges that we’re all facing right now. We also have mindfulness, breathing and relaxation exercises for you to try.
Helpful Blog Posts
We have a whole bunch of blogs for you to explore. We’ve listed a few of the more relevant ones below:
- Coronavirus: When to Seek Professional Help for Your Mental Health
- How Getting Back to Basics Will Help You Through COVID-19
- When Self-Care Feels Like a Big Ask
- What to do When You Feel Swamped by Emotions
- Calm Your Body and Your Mind with These Grounding Exercises
- A Simple Way to Bring a Little Self Compassion into Your Life
Find Your Calm During the Storm eBook
Have a flip through our beautiful eBook. It’s called Find Your Calm During the Storm. A pretty bang on name for a book right now, hey?
Needing Extra Support?
If you’d like to make a time to chat with someone on our team, we’re here to help. We can even see you online if you’d prefer.
Please note, that if you feel unsafe, are experiencing a crisis or in need of immediate support click here for steps for staying safe and organisations that can help 24/7.
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