skip to primary navigationskip to content
 

News

Site News

Mental Health Awareness Week 2021

Mental Health Week runs from the 10th-16th May. This year, the theme is “Nature and the Environment”.

Mental Health Awareness Week 2021 - Read More…

Domestic abuse: Help and Support are here

Domestic abuse: Help and Support are here

If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic abuse, you can get help

Domestic abuse: Help and Support are here - Read More…

Living Well with Long Term Health Conditions

A series of four workshops designed to help participants build sustainable practices to support their wellbeing and resilience in the face of life's inevitable stresses. Each session in the series is designed as a stand-alone workshop, so participants can book on to all four workshops or just one on its own. Kathrin Hicks is a clinical psychologist who has worked with many different patient groups in the NHS. Her most recent focus has been staff working on the Covid front line.

Living Well with Long Term Health Conditions - Read More…

Stress & Anxiety Workshops

We are pleased to share with you details of a series of four, hour-long workshops presented by Euan Ambrose and Sarah Hughes from the Staff Counselling Centre, designed to help participants build sustainable practices to support their wellbeing and resilience in the face of life's inevitable stresses.

Stress & Anxiety Workshops - Read More…

Sexual Abuse and Sexual Violence Awareness

Dispelling the myths, seeking support: In addition to the many other negative consequences of Lockdown has been an increase in the number of reports of domestic abuse. This includes rape, sexual abuse and sexual violence. Yet the beliefs surrounding them serve as a barrier to finding appropriate emotional support and advice and guidance, irrespective of whether a victim wishes to make a report.

Sexual Abuse and Sexual Violence Awareness - Read More…

COVID-19: Living alone and social isolation

You may have lived alone for many years or it may be a new experience for you, but there can be no doubt that the new social-distancing measures that we are being asked to adhere to will create new challenges for those of us living alone. Here are some pointers for self-care at this time…

COVID-19: Living alone and social isolation - Read More…

COVID-19: Self Care

This is a time especially to look after our physical health to support our mental health.

COVID-19: Self Care - Read More…

Mental Health Awareness Week: Kindness

Mental Health Awareness Week, hosted by the Mental Health Foundation, will take place from 18-24 May 2020. The theme for the week is kindness.

Mental Health Awareness Week: Kindness - Read More…

Join our Staff Counsellor Kate Ahl for 4 workshops on different aspects of wellbeing. Each session includes relaxation sessions, slide presentation and interactive exercises.

Read more

If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic abuse, you can get help

Read more