I reflect on the skills I teach my clients including: taking breaks, breathing, visual imagery and bilateral activities such as walking, running, using tapping, etc. During this time, I feel we need something more. This is such a deviation from anything we have been through before, it needs its own skill. We can often allow something to occur that is uncomfortable if we have a time frame. This one is such an unknown.
I have found that encouraging individuals to find their new schedule and rhythm most helpful. This includes waking and going to bed at similar times each day. Carving out meal times and breaks, just like we do while in the office. It can also mean setting boundaries with work and recognizing that if we were in the office, we would likely be actively productive about ½ of the time we are there.
Take a typical 9-hour work day (8-5pm) where we might: