On this page you will find support and helpful advice for your emotional wellbeing during the Corona Pandemic and beyond.
This page is being update regularly and there will be news soon of a local gathering via Zoom to meet up for help, support and encouragement.
Mental Health Awareness Week
The Church of England website has some great new resources for MHA Week:
You can read thirteen daily reflections Written by Professor Chris Cook and accompanied by “have a go” habits developed by Ruth Rice and there are a series of short podcasts too.
Wellbeing and Mental Health during Covid-19:
This excellent guide to looking after yourself and others has been produced by Every Life Matters in association with the NHS in Cumbria, Northumberland and Tyne & Wear
Action for Happiness:
Words and Pictures of Encouragement:
Try a new hobby or pick up an old one
Humour Helps (a lot)
Treat yourself to a box set of whatever makes you laugh!
Does this ring true for you?
The NHS website has useful resources here:
If you’re experiencing any kind of mental health issues, please don’t hesitate to give your surgery a ring and ask for a telephone consultation from one of our GPs.
Hanslope – 01908 510914 or
Blisworth – 01604 878000 Roade – 01604 863100 Grange Park – 01604 434747
Helpful Videos and other resources
Check out the BBC’s excellent resource page:
One very useful little presentation recommended by Mark Adams is: F.A.C.E. C.O.V.I.D by Russ Harris
From a faith perspective Pray As You Go have published these exercises around a variety of different themes including amongst others: anxiety, depression, addiction, grief, loneliness and aging:
Children and Young People
CAMHS Live is here to help you access the mental health services you might need. You can speak to them live and online Monday-Friday, 9am-7pm – just click on the box at the bottom of their website homepage to speak to one their advisors:
Young Minds- A wealth of information and support for young people and their carers:
Family Lives- Helping parents and carers with changes in family life:
Place 2 Be- A website dedicated to improving children’s mental health:
More on the BBC’s Your Mindful Garden here: