Persevere – Life during coronavirus
HOW TO KEEP IT TOGETHER AND KEEP GOING
The following practical techniques can help us stay mentally well when the lock-down feels particularly challenging and will help us stay committed to our common goal of staying mentally well while doing what it takes to get the virus under control.
Each of the following techniques can help us persevere when it feels particularly difficult during this time of social distancing and isolation.
If you still have questions or want even more helpful techniques, try the following relevant resources:
- Miscellaneous questions and answers on coronavirus
- Here is an article with anger management techniques
- This article describes a different technique to deal with negative and unhelpful thoughts
- Here is my favourite presentation that can help you stay motivated when days get hard!
- If you are after some more general inspiration, check out these images and mental health quotes
- If you are a student, click here to find out how you can get support for your mental health, wellbeing and study skills
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Dr Patapia Tzotzoli founded My Psychology Clinic where she gained her reputation working as Clinical Psychologist with clients on one to one basis in London and worldwide via online therapy. She specialises in adult mental health and couples therapy. Studied at the universities of East London, Oxford and Cambridge and trained at the Institute of Psychiatry where she worked across world-renowned NHS Trusts.
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