Coronanxiety support & resources

On this page you will find easy access to a range of information, resources and support for helping you understand how to deal with your anxiety during these difficult times while Coronavirus (COVID-19) is impacting on our lives.

To find out more about our online courses and support groups
For more details of our Calm Club anxiety relief sessions
For more information about accessing therapy support
To access our webinars
To become a member and access many other benefits
For help with needle/injection phobia and the vaccine
Support for the business community

Coronaxiety webinars

Coronanxiety - how to be kind to yourself

Coronanxiety - mental health and staying at home

Coronanxiety - sleeping well

Coronanxiety - dealing with panic

Coronanxiety - compassion focused therapy

Coronanxiety - tolerating uncertainty

Coronanxiety - Feeling Trapped and Claustrophobic

Coronanxiety - Parental Anxiety

Coronanxiety - health anxiety

Coronanxiety - OCD and how to manage it

Coronanxiety - mindfulness techniques

Coronanxiety - perinatal anxiety

Coronanxiety - breathing for anxiety

#Coronanxiety collaborations

We’ve teamed up with world renowned clinical psychologist Prof Paul Gilbert OBE, pioneer of Compassion Focused Therapy and President of The Compassionate Mind Foundation, who discusses in a series of here how compassion can help us during this time of heightened anxiety and uncertainty, with a powerful vision for the future of our societies.

If you find singing a great way to help manage your mental well-being but can’t get to your usual choir practice, you may want to join in with the virtual choir run by Emma Rowland here

Keep an eye on our webinar schedule too for Emma delivering a session on breathing for anxiety coming soon.

We’ve teamed up with Clyde River Time Lapse Views – Gourock. to bring these beautiful, uplifting sunrises and sunsets to you to brighten up your life at this difficult time. #Coronanxiety #anxiety #Nature #well-being #Sunrise #Sunset

Since WWF and the Mental Health Foundation have created the ‘Thriving With Nature’ guide, the coronavirus pandemic has changed all our lives. We believe it is now more important than ever for everyone to enjoy the remarkable mental health benefits of connecting with nature.

Download the guide here.

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