Below you'll find Shout resources related to looking after your mental wellbeing and the Covid-19 pandemic.
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5 ways to cope with unexpected change
Many of us have experienced unexpected change in our lives, particularly during the pandemic. These tips will help you to handle change outside of your control.
Tips for coping with lockdown
Wellbeing tips to help those affected by further Covid-19 restrictions across the UK.
Lockdown is tough, here’s how you can support your family’s and your own mental wellbeing
Lockdown is tough, Shout Clinician Gillian has some tips on how you can support your family's and your own mental wellbeing.
Coping with easing out of the lockdown
The easing of lockdown brings opportunities to see friends and wider family, to re-engage in outside hobbies and to get back to the jobs we may greatly value. But for many of us, even the happy, exciting and much anticipated changes can be challenging for our mental health.
How to look after your mental health when you're unemployed
Dealing with unemployment, whether you’ve lost your job due to redundancy or not been able to find work during the Covid-19 pandemic, can be stressful and cause anxiety. Here's some tips for looking after your mental health when unemployed.
For young people and those who are responsible for them - health professionals, schools, parents, employers etc., we have compiled a collection of resources for students to look through whilst you are waiting for a conversation to start.
Support with loneliness
We live in a world where we are constantly connected through technology, yet for many of us, we feel more lonely than ever. Here's some tips for if you're feeling lonely.