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To help you to stay motivated, productive, focused, and connected during these challenging times, the University has partnered with Fika to provide free access to their mental fitness app.
On the Fika app you access courses and exercises to help develop the following seven key mental fitness skills:
The courses have been specifically designed to combat the challenges of remote study/work and the mental health impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The app enables you to learn from expert psychologists, students, academics and professional athletes in five-minute video, audio and text programmes. You can also take part in a daily mental fitness workout to 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
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