Everyone experiences some level of stress at some time in their lives, whether it be short or long term, and this can range from relatively mild to severe. The current COVID-19 pandemic has caused heightened anxiety and stress for many people, particularly workers and students:
Stress caused by:
Coping with COVID-19 for Adolescents
Studying at home, classes on ZOOM, missing friends and finding concentrating difficult? It's time to put up your hand and ask for help!
Find out what your coping strategies are by completing the Adolescent Coping Scale (2nd ed). Complete the 60-item self-report inventory online. Receive a report complete with a graphical profile of the degree to which you use 20 coping strategies and an evaluation of their perceived helpfulness.
Follow-up with a half hour online feedback session to answer some of your questions:
Coping with COVID-19 for Adults
Juggling your child/children’s educational needs as well as your own need to be present at work is not easy. If you have tried to cope on your own but are struggling, get help!
Complete the Coping Scale for Adults (CSA-2) online to examine your coping behaviour to assess, reflect on and improve on your own coping skills.
Similar to the Adolescent Coping Scale, the online assessment and report can be followed up with face to face or online confidential counselling sessions, for personal or work-related issues.