Wellbeing & keeping active
Guides and advice to help you manage
Our world is changing rapidly at the moment. Given some of the news coverage, it would be hard not to worry about what it all means for yourself, and for those you love. Worry and anxiety are common problems at the best of times, and when it takes over it can become all-encompassing. Take a look below at the links to various guides, videos and tools that might be able to help you.
From psychology tools
From the author of the happiness trap, Russ Harris
FACE COVID’ is a set of practical steps for responding effectively to the Corona crisis, using the principles of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). There is both a PDF and a video below that offer these practical steps you can take.
Advice from the NHS
Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust have some great short-guides on dealing with certain feelings in the context of coronavirus:
Adur & Worthing Wellbeing
Adur & Worthing wellbeing can help you to find local wellbeing information and services. They can also support you in getting your family fitter, doing some regular exercise, dealing with stress, kicking a habit, or simply improving your general wellbeing. A lot of this information can be obtained through the link below. At present, they are providing advice over the phone too (01903 221450).
Keeping active and healthy at home (online videos)
Please see below links to various videos and websites that can help with keeping active and healthy at home:
some great advice on general wellbeing from the Flourishing families clinic
Sam Cartwright-Hatton, Professor of Clinical Child Psychology. Abby Dunn, Research Fellow. University of Sussex, and Sussex Partnership NHS Trust. It’s a worrying time, isn’t it? Here are some tips that we think might help in the current situation. We are using themselves with our own children.