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Netflix's New Weekly Coping Series

Netflix is launching a new series on Instagram that will focus on taking care of yourself and your mental health during the COVID-19 global pandemic. The series will begin airing on Instagram Live April 9th at 7 PM PT, and features the stars of some of Netflix’s top shows and movies, including “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before,” “Stranger Things," and “13 Reasons Why.”

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Headspace - Free for NYers

"This special NY collection of meditation, sleep, and movement exercises are here to support you through stressful and challenging times. Helping you — and your fellow New Yorkers — stay strong and be kind to yourselves, with a New York state of mind."

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Taking Care of Your Behavioral Health

This tip sheet describes feelings and thoughts you may have during and after social distancing, quarantine, and isolation. It also suggests ways to care for your behavioral health during these experiences and provides resources for more help.

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‘The Science of Well Being’

Yale University's most popular "happiness" course, is available for free online through Coursera. The class, Psyc 157, “Psychology and the Good Life,” is taught by psychology professor Laurie Santos who discusses things people think will make them happy but don’t — and, more importantly, things that do bring lasting life satisfaction.

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Ten Percent Happier - Coronavirus Sanity Guide

Free meditations, podcasts, blog posts, and talks to help you build resilience and find some calm amidst the chaos.

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Care for Your Coronavirus Anxiety

Shine, in partnership with Mental Health America, have vetted and compiled a wealth of research-backed and helpful tools for you—articles, meditations, access to mental health experts, anxiety screenings, and more.

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FACE COVID - eBook

‘FACE COVID’ is a set of practical steps for responding effectively to the Corona crisis, using the principles of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) by Dr. Russ Harris, author of The Happiness Trap.

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Mental Health & Social Services For NYC Youth

Crisis call and text lines, intimate partner violence hotline, meditation apps, and more.

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Resources & Self-Preservation Tips

Tips from a therapist, updated daily. “We’re all anxious and on edge, but there is a path forward if we stick together. We are each other’s safety net. Here are some tips and resources to lighten the load."

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Taking Care of Your Mental Health During Coronavirus

A variety of relevant posts, as well as ideas for art, journaling, reading, movies, and creative expression coping that you might want to spend time with if you’re feeling worried about being cooped up at home.

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Guide to Living With Worry and Anxiety

An informative guide created by two clinical psychologists from Psychology Tools with exercises and helpful infomration.

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Manage Anxiety & Stress

Information and advice from the CDC for managing stress and anxiety related to the pandemic, including information for parents, first responders, and those who have been released from quarantine.

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Stress Management Resources

Stress management articles and inforgraphics from Heart.Org

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Coping With Stress and Social Distancing

NYC Health resources and tips for coping, staying informed, and managing all the changes and challenges during this stressful time.

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Mental Health Hotlines

Crisis call and text lines, intimate partner violence hotline, meditation apps, and more.

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Coping Calendar

30 actions we take for ourselves every day.

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