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Coronavirus and Your Wellbeing

Covid-19, a new form of coronavirus, is dominating the news. It’s a worrying time for everyone, and social distancing measures can feel daunting and isolating. For those who suffer from health anxiety and/or a form of obsessive compulsive disorder involving repetitive hand-washing to manage an obsessive fear of germs, it may feel particularly challenging.

Investigating individuals' perceptions of nutritional interventions for low mood/depression

What is the study?

Royal Holloway University of London is looking for 10-15 people to take part in a one-off interview on the phone/Skype, lasting about 1 hour. The interview will explore what you know and think about nutritional interventions for low mood/depression - we are looking for all ranges of knowledge on the topic and either positive or negative views. You can take part whether you know very little about the area, or whether you know a lot.

What are the benefits of taking part?

Would you or someone you know benefit from the Brain in Hand app?

Brain in Hand is an app that can support people to live more independently, and to get their day back on track in situations that they may find challenging. The app provides reminders of diary events/timetable, personalised coping strategies and a traffic light system to support the person in their daily life. 
 
Camden Adult Social Care are looking for people in Camden who would benefit from using the app to pilot it.
 

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Coping with Covid: webinar for young people

Social distancing and isolation are disrupting young people’s education, lifestyle and work, adding up to the uncertainty & anxiety around CoronaVirus.
 
How can we manage our emotions and take care of our Mental Health? 
 
Join the UN Youth Envoy, UNICEF & the World Health Organization (WHO)’s webinar series on “Youth and Mental Health” to help you cope with the pandemic. 
 
How are you #CopingwithCOVID?
 

London Perinatal Mental Health Online Support Group

We are really sad we are unable to run our peer support groups for the time being. So we are inviting you all to join us every Tuesday and Thursday at 10am via Zoom (you can download the app onto your phone, tablet or computer) for discussions about everything - from pregnancy, parenting, mental health or just life!
 
It is a safe space, led by one of the Cocoon Peer Supporters, and is for any expectant or new(ish) parent in the London area struggling with their mental wellbeing.
 
We'd love to see you!
 
 

CANCELLED Recovery College AGM

***This event has been cancelled***
 
The College’s Annual General Meeting will take place on Thursday 2 April from 10am to 12pm at St Pancras Hospital.  We’ll be talking about the work the College has done over the past year and our achievements, and there will be a chance to ask questions.