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Mental Health and Wellness at Nobles: Covid-19 Resources

Find resources to promote wellness and mental health, especially for the Noble and Greenough School community. Your suggested additions, improvements and changes are always welcome.

Welcome to the area for our Nobles community to share resources related to promoting wellness in the face of Covid-19. We welcome suggestions of articles, videos, podcasts or other sources you have found to be helpful.

At right, an image from author Brian Pennie's recent article from Medium"Worried About Coronavirus? This Simple Mindshift Helps Me to Reframe My Fears" demonstrates how to create a healthier perspective by thinking about what you can and cannot control.

We hope you'll visit this page frequently as we add tools for getting through this tough time together.

One especially valuable clearinghouse for a wealth of constructive, positive Covid-19 wellness resources is the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley's Guide to Well-Being During Coronavirus. You'll find articles on how to support teens during school closures, fight prejudice, look for goodness, and bond with family members in these challenging times—as well as podcasts, meditations, writing exercises, and practices to increase connection and compassion. Be sure to check it out! 



Dear Teenagers, Here’s How to Protect Your Emotional Well-Being


The 2020 Back-to-School List for Teens’ Emotional Well-Being


5 Ways to Help Teens Manage Anxiety About the Coronavirus


Mental Health and Coping During COVID-19


7 Science-Based Strategies to Cope With Coronavirus Anxiety


Five Ways to View Coverage of the Coronavirus


How to Talk to Kids about Coronavirus


What Parents Need to Know About Coronavirus


Talking to Children About COVID-19 (Coronavirus): A Parent Resource


Self-Care Tips For Asian Americans Dealing With Racism Amid Coronavirus



For Immediate Help

If you or someone you know is in danger of self-harm, please call 911 or the Suicide Prevention Lifeline right away: 1-800-273-8255. Anxious about Covid-19? Text HOME to the Crisis Text Line at 741741.