Looking for mental strength during Coronavirus?

Written by Reynolds Defense Firm

On April 1, 2020

Resources to help cultivate mental well-being during Coronavirus

As we cope with feelings of extra stress and anxiety right now, it’s important to remember that we’re all in this together. Below are some available resources that can be accessed from home to help nurture a healthy state of mind.  We’ve also created posts on financial resources, exercise, mental strength and how to find community during this shelter at home time.

Children’s mental health

Children’s Mental Health Matters (CMHM) has compiled a list resources to help you provide structure and activities for your child. They also share guidance on how to talk to your child about the coronavirus.

Quick and easy guides

5 Tips to Protect Your Mental Health During Coronavirus

Managing Anxiety: Breathing Exercises

10 Inspirational Podcasts

Kaiser Permanente offers a range of self-care resources, including apps, audio activities, articles, and more, to help you thrive, mentally.

Laughter is (still) the best medicine. Read what experts have to say about the healing power of humor, and watch links to some of your favorite late-night TV hosts and personalities as they give funny skits even in the midst of Coronavirus.

Struggling with Recovery?

If you’re someone in recovery for from substance use, mental health, disordered eating, trauma, and any other quality of life concern, there are online resources for you.  You can attend AA meetings online or find someone to talk to via zoom or facetime.

The Oregon Recovery Network is partnering with Recover Together With Google to provide Oregonians one centralized location with the latest state and local recovery resources and COVID-19 information so that our community can come out of this crisis stronger than ever.

More in depth support

Reynolds Defense Firm has a way to help. Window of Clarity is a 4-week personal development course. It is designed to be remote, with materials delivered to your home or email inboxes and weekly coaching calls to help you through it. We designed it to help people deal with the Window of Clarity that comes with a difficulty in life such as an arrest or a divorce. For some people, what’s happening in the world right now is just as challenging and offers an opportunity to improve your mindset.

If you’re really struggling the CDC has mental health professionals prepared to help at any time. For more options, see the PCC link above.

If you or a loved one has been arrested for DUI, Reynolds Defense Firm is the specialized DUI team that you want on your side. Our expertise allows us to be the absolute best we can be in the one area of law that our clients hire us for – DUI defense.  We hope you never need to call us, but if you or someone you believe in needs help, please contact us today, at 503.223.3422.  You can also do a live chat on our website to learn more about how we represent good people facing DUI charges.

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