Children’s emotional well-being is of equal importance to their physical health, and having an understanding of what mental health is and how to look after it is vital. Our resource aims to break this down for children to help them learn to support their mental health as early as possible
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Young people’s emotional well-being is of equal importance to their physical health, and being able to understand their mental health is vital. Our Understanding Mental Health for Young People resource explains what is meant by mental health and how to recognise mental health difficulties, as well as providing guidance on
Self-care is the deliberate practice of any activity that we do in order to support our mental, physical and emotional health. It is so vital for maintaining a positive relationship with ourselves and our well-being, as well as helping us to be better equipped to manage the stressors of daily
Evidence strongly suggests that being connected to nature helps us to flourish by improving our mental and physical health. We explore the psychological and physical wellbeing benefits of nature on our Nature and our Mental Health Resource, and also outlines suggestions for how you can connect with nature to better
There is a very close connection between sleep and mental health; poor mental health can cause sleep difficulties, and poor sleep can have a negative effect on our mental health. Our resource explores this relationship further and covers key guidance on improving sleep quality.
Sometimes, the way we think can keep us trapped in a viscous loop. Download our get Rid of You’re A.N.T.S resource to read our expert guidance on identifying your automatic negative thoughts, Recognising your Triggers and challenging your ANTS.
Protecting and supporting our mental health is just as important as looking after our physical health. This resource is a guide to improving your mental wellbeing by identifying and tackling triggers for stress and anxiety and by implementing positive and effective strategies for prioritising your mental health.
Did you know that your brain releases happiness chemicals that help to make you feel good? In our Daily Dose of Happiness resource, we explore the role of each of the four happiness chemicals, how deficiency can impact your wellbeing, and how to utilise practical strategies to naturally increase happy
It is crucial for young people to recognise the effects social media can have on their mental health. This resource identifies how social media can impact young people’s wellbeing and provides tips on how to make the most of social media in a mental health friendly way.
Taking a few moments each day to practice mindful breathing is proven to help relax your body, calm your mind, and support your wellbeing. These exercises are also useful methods of self-regulation, which is the way we manage our behaviours, emotions and our thoughts – particularly those emotions that can
Mindfulness is the practice of being fully present in the moment and paying attention to your thoughts and feelings, and to your environment. We explore the many significant benefits of mindfulness for our mental health and wellbeing, and share practical ideas for incorporating mindfulness techniques in your daily routine.
Gratitude is essentially a positive emotion, and involves taking the time to notice what is good in our lives and to notice all the little things we so often take for granted. It can help to transform the lens through which we see the world and our lives, shifting our
Burnout is the feeling of emotional, mental and physical exhaustion, and can be caused by prolonged experiences of relentless stress without adequate and healthy coping strategies or helpful support. Our Recovering from and Preventing Burnout Resource outlines the key symptoms and impacts of burnout, as well as sharing our guidance
Our Wellness Checklist provides an effective and adaptable framework to help you to prioritise and support your mental health and wellbeing in your busy daily life. You can use this checklist to help create and maintain simple but powerful healthy habits in your day to day routine.