Counselling through Coronavirus
In a world that has been thrown into an uncertain future because of the Coronavirus pandemic, mental health issues are likely to affect many.
You are likely to experience anxiety and worry around the uncertainty of your future. It is very easy to become swallowed up with the fear when all you see hear and feel is the negative energy that this virus has created in the population.
Here are some stay at home strategies for you to build on as you adapt to this ever changing situation.
Coping Strategies for Staying at Home
Limit what you watch –
It is important to limit what you watch that might raise your anxiety and lower your mood. For example, when searching for films to watch as a family, look for light and uplifting rather than serious and distressing.
Constant seeking of news about the outbreak will also raise levels of anxiety. Therefore, Checking once a day to be informed via reputable websites to minimise misinformation. The NHS website below also sets out the symptoms and what to do.