As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, people are reporting high levels of emotional distress, with a growing negative impact on mental health and wellness. To support people who are struggling with isolation and loneliness during this difficult time, Advocates for Human Potential (AHP) has adapted their evidence-based Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) to
produce a special publication that addresses isolation and loneliness. Their goal is to help as many people as possible overcome isolation and make healthy connections. That way—together—we can reduce suffering during COVID-19.
The “Wellness Guide to Overcoming Isolation During COVID-19: Being Connected, Staying Connected, and Choosing Connection” is a new WRAP resource from AHP’s Human Potential Press, available for free! The resource can help you engage in connection activities with others and in online support groups. You can access the guide at: https://www.wrapandrecoverybooks.com/store/wellness-guide-for-isolation-during-covid-19-being-connected-staying-connected-and-choosing-connection–details.html
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