A set of resources for key workers and their children produced by the British Psychological Society to provide guidance on navigating the emotional effects of the COVID-19 pandemic; including practical tips for parents and an advice sheet for children.
Keeping a gratitude journal is a way to pay attention to the things that we enjoy and appreciate in our lives. The Tavistock Trauma Service at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust have created this template gratitude journal. Wellbeing Quiz Profile: #MoreIrritable #RelivingTrauma
A webpage setting out ways to combat social stigma associated with COVID-19, created by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The webpage is available in 4 different languages. [Note this is an American resource]
Guidance for people, including children, who are at very high risk of severe illness from coronavirus (COVID-19) because of an underlying health condition, and for their family, friends and carers. It is intended for use in situations where the extremely vulnerable person is living in their own home, with or without additional support.
Dr Kate Castle provides evidence-based, self-help information and tips for individuals and family units for getting through the coronavirus pandemic, based on psychology, neuroscience, resilience research and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT).
A brief self-help guide to support anyone having a difficult day, developed by the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust.
London Trauma Specialists have developed a resource to support our emotional resilience and help normalise the emotions many people are feeling during the coronavirus crisis. Wellbeing Quiz Profile: #MoreIrritable #RelivingTrauma
An infographic developed by NHS Scotland on the stress that healthcare workers may face and developing a balance of resilient coping strategies.
Top tips for homeworking during the national epidemic, including information for managers developed by North East & North Cumbria Integrated Care System. Additional useful links are provided to a range of wellbeing, arts, culture, welfare and mutual aid resources.
Support the Workers have developed a rapid evidence-based training and support curriculum for staff providing psychosocial support to frontline workers in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic in the UK. A series of evidence-based 1-page briefing notes have been produced covering a range of topics including but not limited to; leadership, decision making, performance debriefing and team dynamics.