Working from Home

COVID-19 Related Mental Health Problems

The COVID-19 outbreak and all its far reaching consequences is taking a heavy toll on the mental health of even the previously most robust of us. With a growing list of mental challenges and uncertainty affecting more of us than ever - don't be afraid to reach out for professional help.


How many of the below have you struggled with? 

OVERWHELM - worry, fear, phobias (past and new), anxiety, feeling out of control 
FATIGUE - insomnia, brain fog, lack of energy, depression, increased responsibility (becoming teacher/carer/mental support to others)
CHANGE - loss of friends/family, loss or uncertainty with work/studies, more/fewer people at home more/less of the time, inability to see your support group (friends/hobbies etc.), cancelled/delayed life plans (moving, studies, divorce, marriage), feeling lost
LONELINESS - self isolation, or feeling isolated even if others are around you 
LIFE REVIEW - feeling out of your depth knowing you need to make changes to life for the future e.g. lose weight, get fitter, stop smoking, work fewer hours, reduce time with negative people etc.


You can learn to cope well, adapt, blossom, be resilient, robust, thrive, take advantage of opportunities, evolve, or just feel better, happy and relaxed again (or for the first time!).

HEALTH IS WEALTH - take up your free initial consult - email or call Alice 07906 059022

Find out about online appointments here...

All sessions are available UK and Worldwide online with Essex/Suffolk border based therapist Alice Pinion. Arrange your free initial consult.


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All sessions held are online for your safety and convenience

Watch Hannah's video explaining her experience of online sessions.

Hannah works on the frontline in a specialist intensive care cardiac respiratory ward with COVID-19 patients. She refers to our previous sessions where we had worked on a variety of issues include sports and life performance. Most recently we had been working through the unique issues presented by being a critical care nurse during the peak of the Corona virus pandemic including enforced separation from family and non-work friends.

 I'm pleased to say Hannah is now coping extremely well and thriving in this unique environment and in her full non-work life - so much so you may have seen her recently on BBC2's The Choir: Singing for Britain