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In March countries across Europe introduced restrictions on public life to limit the spread of the coronavirus. The crisis continues to have a defining impact on our lives, upending our reality and throwing us off our usual course. We are witnessing significant social upheaval, and we are all personally affected in many different ways. 

Many of us are finding life difficult under the measures brought in by politicians and health authorities to try to contain the pandemic. We are worried about our loved ones and ourselves, and may be having trouble coping with the situation. 

We find ourselves overwhelmed with questions. How dangerous is the virus for me or my loved ones? What’s happening with my finances, my job or my business? How can I organize care for my children and other family members, and how will social isolation impact us psychologically? Whether it’s wearing a face mask, keeping my distance or limiting social contact, how can I manage my fear of being infected?

These questions give rise to stress and anxiety. For people with mental health issues, they can make existing symptoms worse. But the current situation also poses huge challenges for people who have never had mental health problems before. We can expect to see an increase in the number of people needing psychological support and therapy.

With this in mind, offers quick, easy and cost-free access to a comprehensive range of resources. It’s a place to get immediate psychological support to help you through the coronavirus crisis.

The course is provided by HelloBetter, which has years of experience offering online courses for preventing and treating mental health issues. No other provider worldwide had carried out so many clinical studies on the effectiveness of its online psychological training courses. The Calm Through The Crisis initiative was created in partnership with Allianz Insurance and many other supporters. 

1. Media library with expert advice and practical coping strategies 

Right here you are in our media library. In the coming weeks we will be adding tips and tools to help you cope with the coronavirus crisis and the psychological challenges it poses. From expert information videos with psychologists and psychotherapists to concrete examples of proven strategies for dealing with these challenges, a wide range of helpful resources will be available.

2. Online stress management training course

This eight-week coronavirus stress management course has been specifically adapted to the challenges of the current crisis.It will help you learn to cope with the stress, worries and fears associated with the coronavirus and teach you how to care for your own psychological wellbeing. 

The course will strengthen your ability to cope with specific individual problems. At the same time, it will give you new perspectives on the difficult feelings that may arise in relation to the current situation. 

Our stress management training course is the best evaluated course of its kind worldwide. It offers an excellent basis for coping with the current crisis.

Register here for the free online course.

We hope you will find our resources useful: let’s help each other stay #calmthroughthecrisis together. We value your feedback and welcome it across our platforms. 

Take care and stay healthy!

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