Wellbeing and Mental Health Resources

Wellbeing and Mental Health Resources

At this unprecedented time we may feel worried, uncertain, stressed or under pressure. There are lots of resources which can help and we have collected some we would recommend. Some are articles with general advice about wellbeing and managing the pressures. Some are activities or things you can do which may help. If you are struggling, at the bottom of the page we have links to further advice and support.

General Advice

MIND Guide to returning to running as lockdown eases, here


Mind: Coronavirus and your Wellbeing: Link to Mind: Coronavirus and your Wellbeing

NHS Every Mind Matters: Mental Wellbeing While Staying at Home: Link to NHS Mental Health Advice

BBC Article: Coronavirus: How to Protect your Mental Health: Link to BBC Article on how to protect your mental health

Runners World: Kelly Holmes Talks Mental Health: Link to Kelly Holmes talks Mental Health

National Running Show Blog: Coping During Lockdowns – A runners view of looking after your wellbeing Link to Running Show Blog on coping during lockdowns

Mental Health Foundation Guides:  Link to Mental Health Foundation Guides

Things to Try


Calm: Link to Calm – take a deep breath

Headspace: Link to Headspace – COVID 19


Yoga with Adriene | Yoga for Uncertain Times: Link to Yoga with Adriene YouTube Playlist

Further Support

British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy: Find a councillor and advice: Link to BACP website

Unwinding Anxiety: Link to Unwinding Anxiety app

Mind Infoline: Advice and Signposting: Link to Mind Infoline Mind Infoline Tel: 0300 123 3393 (9am – 5pm Monday to Friday) Email: info@mind.org.uk

Samaritans: Confidential support for people experiencing distress or despair including thoughts that could lead to suicide Link to Samaritans Website Samaritans Tel: 116 123 (24 hours a day, free to call) Email: jo@samaritans.org

Elefriends: Supportive online community: Link to Elefriends website

Dartmouth programme designed for astronauts to help with isolation: Link to Dartmouth Programme