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Find out how to look after your wellbeing during the coronavirus pandemic with our top tips and local sources of support.
It’s not just important to look after your physical health during the coronavirus pandemic, your mental health and wellbeing also needs to be protected.
The are many reasons why your wellbeing could be affected by coronavirus
While is it necessary to stay at home and follow the Government’s advice, there are still many things you can do to boost your wellbeing.
We have put together a collection of information and advice to help you.
Below is a summary of the advice and tips that may help. You can find more information about them on the page above.
Let’s Talk – Wellbeing provides mental health support for people aged 16 and over who are suffering with anxiety, depression and other similar difficulties across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.
Due to the current Coronavirus pandemic, many more people are now experiencing mental health difficulties and the Let’s Talk – Wellbeing service is available to help people across the City and Counties to manage their conditions.
The Let’s Talk – Wellbeing service offers free talking therapies for common mental health problems, including depression, anxiety, panic, phobias, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), trauma and stress all of which can be accessed online.
Support is on offer with one to one sessions via telephone or video conferencing with a therapist, and by accessing online support through our dedicated digital platform Silvercloud which enables patients to access a range of online programmes that can be used at any time on any device, it also allows patients to work at their own pace with regular reviews from a therapist.
Anyone can access the Let’s Talk – Wellbeing service by registering online here: letstalkwellbeing and selecting the area you live in. Alternatively you can register by calling the service directly:
You can view some animations below showing the NHS’ top ten mental health tips in a range of languages: