Well-Being Resources to Use During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Well-Being Resources to Use During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Dealing with the coronavirus pandemic can challenge your well-being. Here are some free online resources to help you stay well:

Mason's Coronavirus Information Page

Our center's Thriving Together Well-Being Weekly

Our center's Resilience Resources Weekly

Patriots Helping Patriots Health and Well-Being (Mason's Alumni Association)

Virtual Mental Health Workshops (Mason's Counseling & Psychological Services)

Academic Success Workshops (Mason's Learning Services)

Brain Break with Brad (Mason Athletics)

Building Resilience During COVID-19 (Henry Health, written by Mason's Philip Wilkerson)

A Blueprint for Leading in a Crisis (written by our center's Steve Gladis)

Moving to Well-Being Virtually (Mason professor Suzie Carmack)

Managing Anxiety and Stress (Centers for Disease Control)

Coronavirus Resource Center (Johns Hopkins University)

A Guide to Helping and Getting Help During the Coronavirus Crisis (CNN.com)

Greater Good's Guide to Well-Being During Coronavirus (Greater Good Science Center)

Coronavirus Well-Being Resources (Thrive Global.com)

Coronavirus Anxiety - Helpful Expert Tips and Resources (Anxiety and Depression Association of America)

Taking Care of Your Mental Health in the Face of Uncertainty (American Foundation for Suicide Prevention)

Top 10 COVID-19 Anxiety Reduction Strategies (Anxiety and Depression Association of America)

Mindfulness Resources to Find Calm and Nourish Resilience During the COVID Outbreak (Mindful.org)

Mindfulness Meditation Resources - COVID-19 (Headspace)

COVID-19: Finding Equanimity Amid Uncertainty (About Meditation.com)

COVID-19 Resources (Sharon Salzberg.com)

Healing Justice Podcast on Collective Healing and Social Change (Stitcher.com)

LGBTQ Coronavirus Information (California LGBTQ Health and Human Services Network)

Immigrant Families' Coronavirus Talking Points (Protecting Immigrant Families)

Coronavirus, COVID-19, and Considerations for People Living with HIV
and LGBTQIA+ People (The Fenway Institute)

Too Much Coronavirus Media Exposure May Be Bad for Your Health (American Psychological Association)

Choosing a Less Hurried Life during the Coronavirus Crisis (The Atlantic.com)

Tips for Coping with Pandemic Anxiety (The Washington Post.com)

Well-Being for Uncertain Times (Positive Education Training.com)

A Guide to Home-Proofing for Flu, Coronavirus and Other Illnesses (SafeHome.org)

Financial Resources for Workers Impacted by Coronavirus Layoffs and Lost Wages (MoneyGeek.com)