Coronavirus and mental health

Last reviewed on 15 June 2021

Good Thinking provides digital mental wellbeing support for London. This includes free NHS-approved apps to help you deal with stress, anxiety, low mood, poor sleep and other concerns. We are regularly adding new resources in relation to coronavirus and mental health so keep checking back to see what’s new. Whilst we endeavour to keep our content as up-to-date as possible, COVID-19 is a fast-moving situation. For the latest guidance, please visit the UK Government website.

App of the month: Feeling Good is an NHS-accredited, audio-based Olympic coaching programme, which is available for free on Good Thinking. The 12 audio tracks help you build essential skills – not only to deal with mental stresses and strains but to bounce forwards and become mentally stronger and more resilient. Find out more about the app and listen to our podcast with the co-founder of Feeling Good, Dr Alastair Dobbin.

If you would like to access the Good Thinking apps and resources right away, please go to our home page.

Find out more about Good Thinking’s response to coronavirus to date, including how we’ve updated our self-assessment tool.

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