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Wellbeing Approaches for COVID-19

Wellbeing Approaches for COVID-19

Wellbeing Approaches for COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic is placing demands on everyone as we learn to adapt to a new way of going about our everyday lives. As a student at the University of Exeter, the Wellbeing team are aware that you may be facing many challenges. These may include:

  • Worrying about how to cope with COVID-19 and all the changes it has brought, such as changes to your study routine
  • Struggling to maintain structure in your life whilst self-isolating, which is impacting on your ability to find the motivation to study
  • Finding the strength to overcome the demands of University life or daily hassle
  • Overcoming fear when engaging with activities as COVID-19 restrictions begin to be lifted

How We Can Help

Working closely with our internationally recognised clinical and psychological therapies colleagues within CEDAR; Psychology, Wellbeing Services are excited to provide four approaches to help you manage challenges and limitations arising from COVID-19.

Using these approaches may help you reduce the impact of challenges imposed by COVID, better manage the demands imposed by your studies and help you maintain your wellbeing.

Click here if you are interested in finding out more about these approaches.

We Need Your Help

We would really like your input to help us shape the Wellbeing Approaches for COVID-19 webpages and workbooks. If you are interested in sharing your views on how to further develop the webpages and approaches, then click the link below to find out more. 

https://exetercles.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_80UNYGpuN4URxVb

Urgent Support and Further Resources

If you feel you may need more urgent support, please click here.

To see further resources that may help you, please click here.