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The University of Liverpool has partnered with mental fitness app Fika during COVID-19 to give all staff and students access to an additional tool to stay motivated, productive, focused and connected during this period of remote work and study.
In response to the global pandemic, Fika has created a dedicated series of programmes which give students the chance to learn from expert psychologists, other students, academics and professional athletes in five-minute video, audio and text programmes.
The programmes are specifically designed to help combat the challenges of remote study and the mental health impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. Programmes and audio guides cover topics including:
Staff and students can gain invaluable insights into the science behind your mental health and develop the seven skills of Mental Fitness: focus, confidence, motivation, connection, positivity, meaning and managing stress.
Users can also take part in Fika’s daily community mental fitness workout where you can share your experiences, learn from other members of the community and cheer each other on.
Access to Fika’s COVID-19 package is FREE for all University of Liverpool students and staff.
How to download and log into the app
Employee Assistance Programmefika
Where extra help is needed, as part of the University’s approach to wellbeing, we offer an Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) which is available to all staff 365 days a year.
The confidential helpline number for staff is 0800 358 4858 (+44 141 271 7179 outside the UK). The online portal can be accessed here using the username UoL and the password EAP support.
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