Looking After Your Mental Health During COVID-19

Looking After Your Mental Health During COVID-19

Tips and Tools for reducing anxiety, self-care and wellbeing


The COVID-19 pandemic is impacting the way we live, including the way we work.

It is normal to feel worried, anxious and stressed. This program will help you to understand and monitor your own physical and mental health and to recognise the signs of stress in yourself, colleagues and your loved ones.  It then provides a practical tool-kit you can apply straight away to design and take action on your own wellbeing and mental health plan.


Module 1 – We are all human
Learn about normal reactions to an abnormal event like COVID-19

Module 2 – Lifestyle and routine
Understand the importance of self-care, structure and routine

Module 3 – Renew
Strategies to stay calm, relaxed and resilient

Module 4 – Stay Connected
Ways to build social connections – even remotely or when in self-isolation

Module 5 – Productivity Hacks
Reduce distractions, improve focus and stay present

Module 6 – Healthy Thinking
Make the most of the remote working experience with ideas to build wellbeing


Samantha Young
M.Psych (Clin), MBA (Melb), MAPS

Sam brings a unique combination of senior management and commercial experience, psychological intervention skills and Masters-level formal education in both business and psychology to her clinical, training, coaching and consulting work. Sam is a highly sought after facilitator and public speaker nationally and delivers training to hundreds of employees and managers every year. 


“My thanks to you and your support team for the resources, the material, the research underpinning all you do and for the impact you have made on the team during challenging times.”

Nina Lucas – Senior Learning & Development Officer, Super SA

“Human Psychology’s facilitators are incredibly passionate about the topics presented, making their support in helping to educate the South Australian Public Sector on significant issues of Mental Health in the Workplace invaluable.” 

Renae Haese – Executive Officer, Institute of Public Administration Australia (SA)