If you have read our interview with Erik Fernholm, you are familiar with the tremendous work he and his colleagues are doing with the 29k platform. 29k is a non-profit organization and community on a mission to make personal growth available for everyone, for free. They have just released free-to-use psychological tools to help you face the current global COVID-19 crisis. The course ‘Coping with Crisis’ is a collection of exercises, meditations, and courses. It aims to guide you through stress, isolation, anxiety, grief and helps you find ways to care for your relationships.
29k is a non-profit mental health startup making psychological tools for mental health and civic leadership accessible, free and meaningful to millions. Their belief is that wiser decision making is the most important aspect of our personal and shared future.
The 29k app helps you develop skills and resilience to live a happy and fulfilled life. This is more important than ever, as modern life is becoming increasingly complex. The app’s personal growth programs combine the psychological tools science has to offer with a unique and powerful process of sharing your feelings with other people.
On March 16, 29k pivoted their 20 psychologists to focus on support for everyone affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. They are now launching ‘Coping with Crisis’, a general toolbox to effectively cope with stress, loneliness, and self-centric reactions and turning them into resilient, value-based and altruistic actions.
Take care of your emotional wellbeing and turn fears and worries into positive action, so we can beat this together.