The uncertainty distress model is a trans-diagnostic and trans-situational framework to understand how threat and uncertainty can lead to distress including, but not limited to, anxiety. The model is available:
Freeston, M. H., Tiplady, A., Mawn, L., Bottesi, G., & Thwaites, S. (2020). Towards a model of uncertainty distress in the context of Coronavirus (Covid-19). the Cognitive Behaviour Therapist.
Open access available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/s1754470x2000029x
On this page, you can find links to some materials that we have developed to support interventions that target different parts of the model.