How to look after your mental health during the coronavirus outbreak
Returning to school after the coronavirus lockdown
It is hard to gauge the full impact that the coronavirus and subsequent lockdown is having on children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing.
Look after your mental health and wellbeing when staying at home
Tips on looking after yourself when staying at home during the Coronavirus outbreak.
Change, loss and bereavement
During the coronavirus outbreak we have all been through enormous change, and some of us are experiencing loss of different types, including the profound loss experienced when someone close to us dies.
Parenting during the Coronavirus outbreak
There’s no doubt that the Coronavirus pandemic is having a huge impact on family relationships.
Living with the pandemic if you already have mental health problems
The COVID-19 epidemic may be especially challenging for those of us with mental health problems – wherever we are on that journey.
Coping with coronavirus: a guide for young people
This guidance was produced together with the MHF Young Leaders. Assembled in partnership with Leaders Unlocked,
Random acts of kindness during the Coronavirus outbreak
Learn how kind acts can help you and others during the Coronavirus outbreak.
Staying at home and abusive relationships
Looking after yourself while in an abusive home environment during the Coronavirus outbreak.
Coping during coronavirus: through babies’ eyes
In this time of international uncertainty, parents’ and babies’ mental health may be affected more than ever before.
Talking to your children about the Coronavirus pandemic
Read about speaking to your children about the Coronavirus outbreak.
Looking after your mental health as we come out of lockdown
For many of us, the gradual easing of lockdown brings longed-for opportunities (even if at a social distance).