Mental Health & The Holidays

By |November 26th, 2021|Mental Health, Mental Illness, Resources (Recommendations + Tips), Wellbeing|

The Christmas period can be a stressful and even upsetting time of year for some people depending on their personal experiences with this time of year. There are several reasons as to why people may find the Christmas period difficult. Such as financial worries, estrangement, bereavement, past trauma and health problems. Managing your expectations during the Christmas period can help with preventing the negative impact that unrealistic expectations can have on our mental health.

Mental Health in the Workplace

By |November 11th, 2021|Mental Health, Mental Illness, Resources (Recommendations + Tips), Wellbeing|

It is estimated that 1 in 6 people of working age will suffer from a mental illness. Further to this, one sixth of the population will suffer from poor mental health because of symptoms such as troubled sleep, excessive worry, and fatigue. Whilst someone may experience issues with their mental health, it does not mean that they have a mental illness, however, these symptoms certainly affect a person’s ability to function at work.

Trauma – Discussion, Tips & Resources

By |October 21st, 2021|Mental Health, Mental Illness, Resources (Recommendations + Tips), Wellbeing|

Trauma is defined as an emotional response to an event or series of events that caused high levels of distress in a person. Trauma can be experienced firsthand by witnessing or experiencing a trauma incident. It can also be experienced by someone close to a person hearing about it, or vicariously by an individual being exposed to trauma content.

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