Self care

Self care Links

  • The NHS have an excellent site with a catalogue of self-help books for common issues. Read more | For a self care kit Read More 
  • The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy have suggested strategies for looking after yourself during these uncertain times. Read more
  • Psychologist approved mood training programme. Some content is free and some you have to pay for. Read more
  • Headspace mindfulness app are offering some free resources at this time. Read more
  • This NHS site offers a comprehensive list of apps that are designed to support people’s mental health Read more
  • FACE COVID – How to respond effectively to the Corona crisis – by Russ Harris, author of The Happiness Trap Read more
  • WHO mental-health-considerations Read more.
  • Action for Happiness is a site dedicated to help people to take action for a happier and kind world. The site hold many useful mental wellbeing exercises with uplifting information, Read More
  • 3 Step breathing space. This technique can be done in 1-2 minutes, or half an hour. Read More
  • Being ready for the worst, In times like this all we can do is take each day as it comes- some of those days will be better days and some will be worse. Read More
  • Set goals, For a lot of people having to self isolate might feel like a massive barrier to achieving important goals. Read More
  • Staying on top off sleep, One of the biggest contributors to sleep loss is worry, and unfortunately there is quite a lot to worry about right now. Read More
  • Compassion Break,  when we are at our busiest or most stressed, that is when we need to put our mental health first, and give ourselves a break Read More
  • Return to School, A Trauma informed approach. Read More