We’re living in a strange and troubling time, so it’s natural to feel a little anxious. There are lots of things you can do to boost your mental health and wellbeing, even during isolation. Here are some of our top tips.
Health and Wellbeing Awareness Days 2019 ☕️ Brew Monday….21st January ❌ Dry January…..All of January 🗣 Time to Talk…..Day 7th February 🍉 Nutrition and Hydration Week…..11th-17th March 🚭 No Smoking Day…..13th March 😴 World Sleep Day…..15th March ☕️ Brew Monday….21st January Brew Monday, a campaign organised by mental health charity the Samaritans, encourages people
Mental Health First Aid (Wales) Training Increase knowledge, reduce stigma Mental Health First Aid (MHFA Wales) is a 12-hour interactive course developed in Australia which is now delivered in 23 countries worldwide. The training was first pioneered in 2000 by Betty Kitchener and Anthony Jorm, with the aim of bettering the general understanding of mental
Chapter 1: Embarking on a new path as a support worker Callum* has recently completed a Masters degree in Advanced Psychology and chosen to embark on a career as a support worker within support services. We’re going to be following Callum’s journey and experiences, focussing on his qualifications, job role and responsibility, supervision and client
The ICM is has launched its ‘National Minimum Standards for the Training & Application of Physical Interventions’. Following 2 years of consultation that started with an ICM National Conference at the University of Brighton and hosted by Sussex Partnership NHS Trust, these NMS are designed to sit alongside its ‘Quality Award Centre Accreditation for Positive
Depression and anxiety are such common illnesses, and yet they remain conditions which we find difficult to openly discuss. Here, in honour of Depression Awareness Week 2014, Mari Ellis Dunning shares her experiences of living with depression. Mental Health is a difficult topic to address on a personal level. However, I feel it would be