For this year’s World Mental Health Day, we’re supporting the latest phase of Every Mind Matters that shares the small things we can all do to be ‘kind to our minds’.
This year’s theme is 'Make mental health and wellbeing for all a global priority'.
World Mental Health Day is also a chance to talk about mental health in general, how we need to look after it, and how important it is to talk about things and get help if you are struggling.
It’s important to ensure our health and social care colleagues are looking after themselves and get timely support should they need it, take a look at some resources to help encourage mental wellbeing conversations and actions.
Take our free and confidential self-assessment questionnaires on low mood and anxiety to check your wellbeing to see if you might need support from one of our wellbeing practitioners.
Download your results (examples below) with further information on the range of support offers, available to identify which option is the right one for you to access.
Paying more attention to the present moment – to your own thoughts and feelings, and to the world around you – can improve your mental wellbeing.
Peter Helmer, NHS experienced mindfulness practitioner runs free weekly mindfulness classes every week:
- Mondays: 10am to 11am and 12pm to 12.30pm
- Thursdays: 12pm to 12.30pm and 7pm to 8pm
- Fridays: 3pm to 4pm
“I really looked forward to joining each week because Peter is such a good teacher with a lovely soft and perfect voice . Relaxing to listen.”
Follow us on Twitter for more tips and guidance on how to practice everyday mental wellbeing, you can also follow the hashtag #WorldMentalHealthDay
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World Mental Health Day is a chance to talk about mental health in general, how we need to look after it, and how important it is to talk about things and get help if you are struggling. You are not alone. We are here to support you: