Let’s face it, COVID has taken a toll on all of our mental health. Many of us are struggling with the transition back to real life and experiencing signs of burnout, anxiety, and more. Your mental health should be your #1 priority, and we’ve always tried to do our best to share resources to help you out. Our friends at Backline have some of the best mental health resources in the game. Here are some tools you should keep on hand at all times…
Mental Health Resources: Backline x Symphonic
This feature gives you private, one-on-one support to help navigate what mental health and wellness resources are right for you. Schedule a call to find a therapist, start a wellness journey, or find substance abuse support. Backline’s team of licensed professionals will compassionately assess your situation in order to develop a plan of action that really works for you.
A safe place to connect about what it means to work in the music industry and how it impacts you. The meetings take place virtually in a private environment with people who truly understand. Moderated by licensed therapists.
Monthly Touring Health + Wellness Workshops
Conversations on topics like health, nutrition, and mindfulness; alongside mental health and wellness experts, as well as touring professionals.
- Add Backline Support Groups + Events to your Google Calendar here.
Regular routine and wellness practices can drastically improve our overall health. Interested in how nutrition, exercise, meditation, and other modalities can help your wellbeing? Pick up a new practice through our free wellness subscriptions, or take advantage of our exclusive discounts to wellness products to jumpstart your journey!
Tips for tour, preparing for gigs. Stress-relieving, energy-increasing, and solution-oriented resources for travel and communication.
- Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to learn more about resources or support their efforts.
Through de-stigmatizing the way we talk about mental health, we reassure those suffering from it that they can feel comfortable asking for help when they need it. Everyone should have the resources to reach out without judgement and move forward with confidence.
For more mental health resources, check out our post, “Mental Health Resources for Musicians”.
Never be afraid to ask for help. If you need it, we’re here to give it.