Coping with COVID-19

Online classes.
Restaurants closed.
Sporting cancelled.
STAYING HOME.
Social isolation.
Face masks.

We're quickly going through a lot with the worldwide pandemic of COVID-19. Everything seems to be rapidly changing. Listening to the news or scrolling through social media can make anyone feel uneasy, maybe even scared. We here at UMSL Counseling Services know there's a lot of fear and anxiety out there. We can all do our part by staying home and listening to what medical experts are telling us.

Remember: You are not alone. We are in this together.

This page is intended to be a resource to help you cope with our altered world in the face of coronavirus. We'll be updating it periodically as we learn of new online features to help us cope with COVID.

Click on any of the ♥ tabs below to see resources about coping through this crisis.

              


Why does COVID-19 matter?

I'm sick, now what?

Advice on Pandemic and Supporting Children

Talking to Kids About Coronavirus

We see you. This is the hardest thing humanity has faced in a long time, so be gentle with yourself. Do academic work in bite-sized chunks. Your best is going to be different right now, love yourself anyway.Fox doing its best

 

Tips on Making Learning Successful

8 Strategies for Online Classes

Avoiding Struggles

Time Management Tricks

 

You are not working from home; you are at your home during a crisis trying to work. Be patient with and kind to yourself.while-in-distance.jpg

Need to speak to a counselor?

Call 314-516-5711 to schedule an online intake.

Are you in crisis?

Walk-in services are still available Monday to Friday, 9am to 4pm in MSC 131. We can help you come up with a plan to stay safe.