Top tips for making Resilient Moves when computer gaming

Top tips for making Resilient Moves when computer gaming

Looking after your mental health during Coronavirus – top tips for making Resilient Moves when Computer Gaming! – Resilience Revolution

Some of us youth and adult collaborators in the Resilience Revolution, including our partners in CAMHS, have been worried that during the lock down, young people might be spending more time on computer games and wondering if this could have a negative effect on mental health and wellbeing. Like most worries that come our way, we have been looking at the research and thinking about how the Resilience Framework could help. So we’ve written a guide to looking after your mental health during Coronavirus, containing our top tips for making Resilient Moves when computer gaming. The guide makes some practical suggestions for how Resilient Moves within the Framework can help us conserve the benefits and connections made possible through computer gaming, balanced with time away from screens and looking after our whole selves.

To cite this guide in your work please use: Resilience Revolution. (2020). Looking after your mental health during Coronavirus – top tips for making Resilient Moves when Computer Gaming! Blackpool: Resilience Revolution.

You can download a free copy of the guide.

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