During the coronavirus outbreak we are here to provide support for those who are self-isolating or anxious about the impact of the virus on themselves and their families and loved ones.

This Covid-19 related support will be in addition to continuing to provide support for people with problems such as stress, anxiety, depression and insomnia, and we will continue to accept referrals and offer support. We are providing brief focused interventions to people by telephone or video call and the option of online treatments.

Below we have gathered some resources that may be helpful:

The NHS guidance can be found on their website here: nhs.uk/coronavirus.

On the NHS website they have advice about staying at home for everyone, for people who are at high risk of getting seriously ill from coronavirus, and what to do if someone you live with has symptoms of coronavirus.

The CNWL website also has a page about coronavirus, with easy-read materials available

Our CNWL Talking Therapies leaflet contains tips on how to cope with isolation, as well as contact details for our services and local councils if you feel like you need support: 


Self-help materials

Below you will find a collection of materials that have been created on a range of topics to help during the Coroanvirus outbreak.


On our “Helpful Resources” page has a selection of workbooks that can be downloaded for you to work through in your own time. They cover topics such as Worry Management, Relaxation, Maintaining Wellbeing, and Managing Stress (among others).  You can find the booklets here.


Talking to children about Coronavirus


Below you will find some self-help videos that were created by Brent’s Clinical Psyhcology team. You can watch the “Coping with self-isolation” video below, or click on any of the links to watch the videos on YouTube:


If you are struggling with self-isolating or anxious about the impact of the virus on yourself or your loved ones, you can refer yourself to our services for a brief, targeted intervention as well as access to resources and signposting where appropriate. You can refer yourself by clicking the “Refer me” button below.