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Covid-19, a new form of coronavirus, is dominating the news. It’s a worrying time for everyone, but for those who suffer from health anxiety and/or a form of obsessive compulsive disorder involving repetitive hand-washing to manage an obsessive fear of germs, it may feel particularly challenging. Mental health charity Mind has launched a new online page for people who are feeling anxious about coronavirus, who have to self-isolate and follow strict hygiene rules.
What is the study?
Royal Holloway University of London is looking for 10-15 people to take part in a one-off interview on the phone/Skype, lasting about 1 hour. The interview will explore what you know and think about nutritional interventions for low mood/depression - we are looking for all ranges of knowledge on the topic and either positive or negative views. You can take part whether you know very little about the area, or whether you know a lot.
What are the benefits of taking part?
***Please note this event has been postponed. Watch this space for a new date to be announced in November or early December***
Open Dialogue Champions invite you to Family Voices and Choices
A day for families, friends and all those involved in mental health services past and present.