Although everyone will be affected in different ways by coronavirus, we’re all in this together. In these blogs and podcasts, we hear about people's own experience of coronavirus – from a doctor to a Year 11 student, a retired bishop to a young dad, a digital wellbeing expert to a football club director. Check back soon for more stories.
It’s okay to not be okay! by Paige Keen, aged 15
Coping with stress by Paul Hurst, a counsellor, therapist and non-religious pastoral carer
Five smooth stones (dealing with depression and post-traumatic stress) by former police officer Nigel Fawcett-Jones
Supporting the self-care and mental health of students and young people by Dr Richard Graham, Consultant Psychiatrist and Clinical Lead for Good Thinking
The coronavirus pandemic for those with obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) can be particularly challenging: Tracey Taylor, Cognitive Behaviour Therapist at the Centre for Anxiety Disorders and Trauma, SLaM