- Coronavirus Anxiety Workbook
This free guide by the Wellness Society written at the start of the COVID-19 crisis contains practical advice and tools to manage your anxiety and build resilience during this difficult time. They even provide a checklist of 74 things you could be doing instead of worrying.
Download the Workbook
- NHS Mental Health Apps
The NHS is here for us as always. You can find all sorts of help on the coronavirus pages of Every Minds Matters. Also, the NHS has reviewed and approved a number of free apps that help you manage your anxiety, including WorryTree, Be Mindful, Beat Panic, Big White Wall, Thrive and Stress and Anxiety Companion. You can view a full list of NHS approved mental health apps here.
- Feel Better Live More Podcast
Dr. Rangan Chatterjee (https://drchatterjee.com/coronavirus-special-how-to-manage-anxiety-in-the-face-of-a-global-pandemic/) is in conversation with behavioural neuroscientist and psychiatrist Dr. Judson Brewer, who will help you understand how to keep your cool in these stressful times. Learn exactly what fear and anxiety is, what happens in the brain when you start to feel anxious and, importantly, how you can break the anxiety cycle with some simple, practical exercises.
- Suicide awareness training
This online training is free, it is generally very well thought of, widely recommended.
ZSA Suicide Awareness Training
Mental Health in the Workplace
No one is happy all the time, but when does a ‘bad day at the office’ become something more serious?
Would you or your employees recognise the signs and be able to support someone that is suffering from poor mental health?
What to expect from a workplace mental health audit…
If you are considering taking a Workplace Mental Health audit you will probably have a number of questions to ask about the process.
This short guide has been produced to give you a basic understanding of what to expect and what you will receive at the end of the audit.