Most people’s mental health and sense of wellbeing will be impacted in some way due to the many changes brought about by COVID-19, which is why it’s important to prioritise your mental health during this time. 

There are range of COVID-19 mental health resources available depending on your specific needs. Alongside our article on managing stress during this time; and these three meditation tools; this compilation from the Mental Health Commission provides a good summary of COVID-19 mental health advice and support available from trusted sources:

The video below is a message from the CEO of the Mental Health Commission Christine Morgan on the importance of staying connected and supporting ourselves and others during these challenging times.

Recognise that self-care of our mental health is as important as our physical health, build connectedness, and reach out for help if you need it.

You can access your Caraniche at Work EAP if you are an existing customer; EAP appointments are available via phone or video by calling 1800 099 444.  The Mental Health Commission also provides a comprehensive list of Mental Health Support services.

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