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Covid unemployment will have ‘profound effect’ on mental health

Covid unemployment will have ‘profound effect’ on mental health

If you have job issues that are affecting your mental health from the pandemic, you are not alone Given the surge in the UK unemployment rate, according to the latest ONS figures, a new report warns that unemployment and job insecurity will have a profound effect on mental health across the UK during the Covid-19…

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Seeing the World Through a Mental Health Lens – My Brain’s Not Broken

Seeing the World Through a Mental Health Lens – My Brain's Not Broken

Everyone has their own way of seeing the world. While many of us see it in very similar ways, there are still personality traits and life experiences that make our point of view unique. Some people refer to these as the “lenses” through which we see the world. The lenses through which I see the…

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Sensory Hobbies and Activities That can Help You Manage Mental Health

Sensory Hobbies and Activities That can Help You Manage Mental Health

Natalie shares her approach to dealing with mental health issues by using sensory experiences to manage the future, feel good, recharge your batteries, and be positive. – Natalie Betts I’m Natalie, a musician and educator living in Bournemouth. I was a student at Bournemouth Uni, Southampton Solent Uni and the Royal College of Music, and…

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Improve Your Family’s Mental Health at Home

Improve your family's mental health

By Rayanne Morriss Impressive mental health is characterized by feeling hopeful, resilient, happy, confident, adaptable, and staying in touch with people who are happy in our lives. When unexpected situations interrupt the way we live, our sanity begins to fluctuate. During the current crisis, many people find it daunting keeping their families in good mental…

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Studying with mental health difficulties and while being a parent is possible!

Studying with mental health difficulties and while being a parent is possible!

Jenna shares her experience of studying at the Open University as a single mother with mental health problems and building resilience through self-development. – – Jenna Araniello The Open University helped me a lot. Looking after my 2 children and homeschooling while in isolation was a struggle alongside studying. With a series of extensions and…

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6 Tips On Discussing Your Mental Health Issues With Your Friends

Discuss your mental health problems

By Stan Popovich Discussing your mental health problems with your friends might be an option for you. Are you having trouble explaining your mental health problems to family and friends? If so, here are six suggestions on how to discuss your mental health issues with your friends and relatives. # 1 Talk to a counselor…

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6 ways to support children’s mental health this winter

6 ways to support children’s mental health this winter

Winter can be harsh for all of us, and this year is certainly no exception. Julia Clements, Principal Educational Psychologist at Place2Be, shares six tips to help support our own and our children’s mental health during the colder months The winter months can sometimes be a drain on our mental health. This year, children across…

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Kenny Ethan Jones on mental health, role models and representation

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He made history by being the first trans man to lead a campaign, and since then the only avenue for activist Kenny is Ethan Jones, tackling issues from body politics to mental health with his signature dose of frank authenticity. Here we learn more about the journey that took him to where he is today…

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Advocating a ‘Whole Business Approach’ to Mental Health Training, by Jane McNeice

Endorsement of a Whole Business Approach to Mental Health Training by Jane McNeice

As a mental health training provider that has been offering courses since 2015, we have had the privilege of working with a wide variety of industries across all lines of business. We have delivered in many places, from small community halls, churches, airports, state-of-the-art office suites to high security environments, and met some fascinating people…

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Changing Vocabulary About My Own Mental Health – My Brain’s Not Broken

Changing Vocabulary About My Own Mental Health – My Brain's Not Broken

“Well, if you put it that way …” We’ve all had conversations when our opinions were challenged and our perspectives challenged. When we share our thoughts with others, our choice of words and phrasing are important – how can anyone else understand our point of view? Over the years I’ve learned that the way I…

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