Virtual Lifebelts for Turbulent Times

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VIRTUAL LIFEBELTS FOR TURBULENT TIMES


Evexia Foundation and Intercultural Roots have produced a series of short talks as a direct response to the Covid-19 pandemic, which aim to help provide an understanding of how mental health might be affected by the particular challenges associated with life during a pandemic. The information provided in these talks may also help you cope better when you are faced with other life challenges, or to help someone (a family member, friend or colleague) who is experiencing difficulties.

The films are intended to help you help yourself. Remember, the journey to wellbeing starts with the first step, and then the next, but you have to start somewhere.

And you may also be able to use what you learn from these films to throw a lifebelt to others and help someone - a family member, friend or colleague, who is in distress.


THIS IS THE PAGE WHERE YOU CAN DONATE TO SUPPORT THE COSTS OF THE TWO CHARITIES EVEXIA FOUNDATION & INTERCULTURAL ROOTS THAT ARE PRODUCING, PROMOTING AND SUPPORTING THIS LONGTERM CAMPAIGN.


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Before you watch the films - our disclaimer: These talks are not designed to replace appropriate medical intervention, not are they intended as therapy. If you have a pre-existing condition and/or diagnosis you should proceed with care and seek advice if you have concerns. If at any time you feel distressed when engaging with these talks you should stop at once and seek appropriate help. There are a series of support organisation, including the NHS, who can help you listed here. You must acknowledge that your engagement with these talks and the review opportunities within them is your own responsibility and liability. These works are the copyright and intellectual property of the author and may not be copied nor reproduced in any form without consent.


You can access the films at:  www.evexia.org.uk


Film topics:

  • Mental health, personal and social (hyperlink to video)
  • Towards understanding stress and anxiety (hyperlink to video)
  • Projection; seeing yourself and others with clarity (hyperlink to video)
  • Resilience as a learned behaviour (hyperlink to video)
  • Taming your monkey mind (hyperlink to video)

Further steps:


Join our Facebook peer-to-peer support Group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2580852865498675/

Participate in Virtual Lifebelts live talks and discussions via: Get Active Online!


Useful Resources

There are many organisations who provide information, advice and guidance around mental health. A list of resources can be found http://www.evexia.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Resources.pdf here.

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        Intercultural Roots is a partnership of two charities each registered with the Charity Commission in the UK to operate worldwide. Intercultural Roots for Traditional Embodied Arts (Registered Charity No. 1146653). Intercultural Roots for Public Health (Registered Charity No. 1179885). Evexia Foundation is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) regulated in England and Wales by the UK Charity Commission (Registered Charity No. 1176962).