Resources from the British Psychological Association. Several psychologists are actively working on the response to Covid-19, and psychological theory / research is relevant in many ways… this page will serve as a growing resource collecting and linking to those contributions. Visit the website here

Resources from the American Psychological Association. APA COVID-19 Information and Resources. Continually updated by APA for psychologists, health-care workers and the public. Visit the website here

Resources from the Australian Psychological Society. Feelings of worry and unease can be expected following a stressful event, such as the declaration of a global pandemic, however, it is important that we learn to manage our stress before it turns to more severe anxiety and panic. Find more information here
Resources from Just Listening.
Emotional distress around COVID-19 is not a ‘mental illness’: It is an understandable and common human experience. Connecting emotionally with others at this time is a way to feel deeply listened to. We can then begin to understand our common emotional distress and find hope and meaning in mutuality. Visit the website here

The Nature of Compassion, Fear, Safe Relating and World Change. In this series of talks, world renowned clinical psychologist Prof Paul Gilbert OBE, pioneer of Compassion Focused Therapy and President of The Compassionate Mind Foundation, will discuss how compassion can help us during this time of heightened anxiety and uncertainty, with a powerful vision for the future of our societies. Visit the website

The Psychological Impact Of Quarantine And How To Reduce It: Brooks, Webster, Smith, Woodland, Wessely, Greenberg, Rubin | The Lancet (2020)

Coping with Coronavirus today. The Coronavirus Pandemic poses a number of threats to our physical, social and emotional wellbeing. The aim of this website is to provide people with the resources that they need to manage their mental health at home during this very difficult time. Visit the website

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