Social isolation is usually seen as damaging to our mental health – we are all encouraged to connect with others, join local groups, find ways to meet and communicate with people. Now we are having to distance ourselves socially, to self isolate and keep away even from our nearest and dearest. Many are facing financial uncertainty, key workers are facing unprecedented pressures, families are struggling to cope. How are these different factors affecting our emotional health and mental wellbeing generally?
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RESOURCES FOR RESILIENCE DURING COVID 19
Making ContactTo get in touch with The Good Mental Health Cooperative, you can either
Phone Carolyn Barber
on 023 9310 6042