The corona crisis is also a psychological burden for people worldwide. The Leibniz Institute for Resilience Research provides information here on how to deal with psychological stress during the corona pandemic. We also provide useful links to literature, studies and media reports on the psychological consequences of the corona pandemic.
In the following you will find support and recommendations for dealing with the psychological consequences of the corona pandemic, 10 tips on how to stay mentally strong, literature references on studies that we review for you, as well as suggestions, educational offers and recommendations for dealing with the psychosocial challenges for online-based teaching during school closures.
Below you will find two studies of the LIR.
DynaCORE-L and DynaCORE-C: these two large (multilingual) studies investigate the psychological reactions during the corona pandemic. We would like to investigate how you deal with the corona pandemic and the changes that come with it. Anyone can participate anonymously. DynaCORE-C is a one-time questionnaire study and DynaCORE-L a long-term study over several weeks using an app.
COVID-19 intensive survey for doctors, nurses and rescue workers Health professionals are exposed to particular stress in the context of the corona crisis. By participating in this anonymous survey, you will help us all to record the stresses and strains and to derive possible courses of action from your feedback.
AUFKURSBLEIBEN kompakt is a modification of our several weeks of AUFKURSBLEIBEN training, which was developed and evaluated based on current scientific knowledge. While the several weeks' training is a combination of group sessions and online training, AUFKURSBLEIBEN can be carried out completely online, anonymously and free of charge.
Here are some links to our current media reports (in German). You find more under the heading "LIR in the media".