This year’s theme for Mental Health Awareness Week is loneliness with the aim to encourage us to consider the impacts of loneliness on mental health and how we might all play a part in reducing loneliness in our communities. What does it mean to be lonely? Loneliness is a human
We are delighted to have worked with Daniel Barnett, Barrister at Outer Temple Chambers and LBC Presenter, to collaboratively write his new small book on Spotting Malingering. It focuses on helping employers to identify malingering in their staff, and provides expert guidance on what to do about it.
“You made the book 1,000 x better.” – Daniel Barnett
New Small Book by Daniel Barnett, written in collaboration with Dr Kerry Davison, our Clinical Director
Category: Mental Health Awareness for Adults
If you know someone who is experiencing mental health difficulties it can be difficult to know what to do, but there are a number of things you can do to support them. One of the most important ways to help is to talk to them in order to find out
Resilience refers to our ability to withstand, recover and adjust after something difficult or traumatic has happened to us. Being resilient is not about just ‘getting on with it’ and staying positive all the time. It comes from being in touch with life’s challenges. Resilience can be seen as a
Maintaining a healthy work life balance can be difficult, but it is essential for supporting our overall well-being and reducing the risk of stress and burnout in the workplace. Our Work Life Balance Tips resource contains our advice on sustaining this important balance, including when working from home.
Physical and mental health are interconnected and equally important. To learn more about how exercising can help to protect and support your mental health and wellbeing, please read our The Benefits of Exercise for our Mental Health resource.
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.
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.