Covid 19 and how we are operating

White curve

The Covid-19 pandemic continues to affect all our lives in many ways. Some people have found that they’ve embraced a ‘new way of life’. Others have found the crisis, lockdown, and now the move out of lockdown, have had a negative impact on their mental health.

Our work has become more important than ever. It is crucial that we all learn practical ways to be kind to ourselves, to look after our mental health and to practise self-compassion.

We have adapted the information, training and support we provide to help young people, and those who work with them, take care of their mental wellbeing in this challenging situation.

Online training

We're offering live training sessions via Zoom and Microsoft Teams on mental health topics as an alternative to face-to-face training.

Read our online training offer

Coronavirus and mental health

Information and advice about dealing with life during Covid-19, including managing mental health while working from home

Explore our mental health information

Working from home

Use our Wellbeing Action Plan designed to help you manage your mental health while working from home

Download action plan

Life after Lockdown

We've created a wellbeing action plan to help you manage your mental health as we move out of lockdown

View Wellbeing Action Plan for life after lockdown
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