10 things you can do to help students who are anxious about Covid -19

With covid changing how we all connect with each other and live our lives it’s natural for people to feel worried or concerned about what these changes may bring or how it may impact their lives.

The BelievePerform team look at 10 things you can do to help students who are anxious about covid-19.

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  1. Encourage students to stay focused on the here and now.
  2. Use mindfulness activities to help ground students back to the present moment.
  3. Work with students to identify 3 good things they have achieved from their day.
  4. Help students to problem solve effectively. This is a great way to manage worry.
  5. Make sure students are maintaining good physical health – eating and sleeping well.
  6. Teach students some useful breathing techniques.
  7. Support students to engage in some simple self-care strategies that can help bring a sense of relaxation.
  8. Encourage students to talk openly about how they are feeling and what they are thinking.
  9. Encourage them to be curious about how they can reduce the amount of time they spend on social media.
  10. Educate students about thinking errors to help them to identify them.
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