For Medical Professionals:
De-Stress Resources for You, Colleagues & Patients
Free & On-Demand
(Coronavirus/COVID-19)

To all Medical Professionals,

These resources are designed to support your mental health, well-being and performance during these challenging times. Feel free to share these with colleagues and patients.

I'm James Cormack, a therapist and coach specialised in anxiety & stress; I use a combined approach including Quest Cognitive Hypnotherapy and NLP. (More about me; Contact me)

Best wishes,
James Cormack DipCHyp HPD MNLP MNCH CNHC

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1. Guided Relaxation Audio (18 minutes)

This guided relaxation supports a rejuvenating relaxation response to help you feel calmer, think more clearly, improve quality of rest and sleep, and revitalise mentally and physically.1

Sit or lie down, hit play and close your eyes. (18 minutes)

Do not listen while driving, operating machinery or in the bath. Not suitable for people with epilepsy.

Relaxation Audio Download (mp3 file)

 

2. 'Stress Optimisation' Audio (19 minutes)

Research by Stanford's Mind & Body Lab and others suggests that our mindset around stress can influence our physiological stress response. Those teams have produced interventions intended to produce healthier and more performance-enhancing stress responses - the researchers refer to this as "Stress Optimisation". Psychologist Kelly McGonigal provides an accessible introduction in this TED talk and this book.

In line with that research, this guided audio seeks to foster a helpful mindset around stress, improved performance and a healthier stress response.

Sit or lie down, hit play and close your eyes. (19 minutes)

Do not listen while driving, operating machinery or in the bath. Not suitable for people with epilepsy.

'Stress Optimisation' Audio Download (mp3 file)

 

3. Well-being, Adapting and Thriving in Lockdown / Isolation / Quarantine Free Guide

I am also running this page (https://james-cormack.com/coronavirus) to support the public's well-being, and help people adapt & thrive in lockdown/isolation/quarantine.

It's a live page, meaning it will continue to evolve and improve in coming days and weeks.

Feel free to share if you, patients or colleagues are feeling 'cabin fever' or other mental health challenges due to lockdown/isolation/quarantine.

https://james-cormack.com/coronavirus

More Coming Later

I intend to add further support to this page going forward - you can bookmark and check back in future.