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LAST PUBLISHED 14 November 2022

COVID-19 and your mental health

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on Londoners’ mental health. If you’re anxious, stressed, down or losing sleep, check out Good Thinking’s wellbeing advice.

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During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Good Thinking team worked with charities, community groups and other organisations to develop a broad range of resources that would help Londoners who were feeling anxious or stressed about the situation.

As we adapt to living with COVID-19, you can still access some of these resources, including apps, guides, podcasts and videos. You can also learn more about Good Thinking’s response to coronavirus, including how we updated our self-assessment tool.

Whilst we endeavour to keep our content as up-to-date as possible, COVID-19 remains an evolving situation. For the latest guidance, please visit the UK Government website


Advice and support

Good Thinking provides tips to help you manage mental health concerns related to COVID-19, including dealing with uncertainty and coping with bereavement.

Personal stories

Although everyone has been affected in different ways by coronavirus, we’re all in this together. In these blogs, videos and podcasts, we hear about people's own experiences of coronavirus.

Useful links

There’s a lot of information out there about coronavirus and it might feel overwhelming. We’ve put together this list of useful websites to help you find the information you need. 

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Good Thinking provides a range of resources to help Londoners improve their mental wellbeing.

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