JUST LISTENING FOR COVID-19

'Emotional distress around COVID-19 is not a 'mental illness':

It is an understandable and common human experience'

Connecting emotionally with others at this time is a way to feel deeply listened to. We can then begin to understand our common emotional distress and find hope and meaning in mutuality

Basic empathy skills 

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'Emotional distress around COVID-19 is not a 'mental illness':

It is an understandable and common human experience'


At this time of emotional difficulties for many of us, Listening without trying to fix and Listening without judgement can support people to finding hope and meaning in emotional connection.


Connecting emotionally with others at this time is a way to feel deeply listened to, understanding our emotional distress and helping us to find hope and meaning and feel safer and more regulated in our selves.


Just listening is of value to both the person in distress and the Listener, and can be done in person from safe social distance, or on various media settings i.e. Facebook, Whatsapp, Skype etc. 

Just Listening and Humane Clinic encourages following health advice in maintaining social distancing and hygiene guidance at all times