This is likely be an uncertain and challenging time for everyone, and it's quite natural to feel anxious or worried. However, there are a range of resources available to help you to manage (and boost) your mental health.
The School's staff counselling services can be contacted remotely to arrange a telephone appointment or to discuss any concerns you may have. Alternatively, you can access the School's Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) for conditional support on all aspects of wellbeing, including personal finance and legal matters, counselling, health advice and more. You can contact the EAP in confidence by calling 0800 107 6147 (quoting LSE as the name of your employer) or access the online portal by visiting www.colleaguesupport.co.uk (entering code 206011 as your username and password).
The charity Mind, with whom the School have been working as part of the 'Building Mentally Healthy Universities' pilot, have a wealth of information and resources on their website, including a dedicated webpage on 'Coronavirus and your wellbeing'.
Activities to proactively promote mindfulness can also have a positive impact on your mental health. It only takes a few moments to sign up to 10 Minute Mind using your LSE email address and receive daily mindfulness tracks.