Discriminating against mental health challenges when a person is high functioning

As a Mental Health practitioner and trainer, the impact of poor mental wellbeing on a person’s ability to function is of prime focus. But what does society and employers consider this to look like in…

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Men urged to seek help for mental health problems at work

Traditional idea of masculinity prevents many male employees from seeking help Link to full FT article

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Girls and Autism – Flying under the radar

This guide aims to: + introduce the debate around autism and gender + identify key issues for girls with autism spectrum conditions + provide practical school-based support strategies + share family, professional and academic perspectives.

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Reframing the conversation on the social determinants of health

Why are health inequalities and the social determinants often left out from the public debate about health? Our new briefing on #FramingHealth with @FrameWorksInst gives insights into how the public think about what makes us…

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Using EFT for OCD – Journal CCYP Dec 2010

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Healthcare, Educators and Policy Makers – Is Therapy Facing a Revolution?? – Why EFT deserves your attention

EFT / Tapping as a body based or somatic approach now has over 130 research trials.

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World Mental Health – Take 5 minutes to create a great plan

Take the 5 minute Mind Plan quiz to create a simple, achievable wellbeing plan The World Health Organisation recognises World Mental Health Day on 10 October every year. We encourage people to look after their…

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Why ‘zipping up’ helps to improve confidence and feel less threatened.

The Zip Up exercise What is it ? Why do it? The central meridian is one of the two energetic pathways feeding to the central nervous system. The central meridian pathway starts at your pubic…

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World Suicide Prevention Day

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Youth Mental Health Aware – Half Day Course

It is designed to give: An understanding of some of the common mental health issues affecting young people, including depression, anxiety, eating disorders and psychosis Skills to work more effectively with young people living with…

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#EmpowerHalfHour in Mental Health Awareness Week

Busy week at the launch of Mental Health Awareness week. Visit to the fab organisation @Lindengate planning future sessions, meeting new clients and delivering Adult 2 day MFHA @mhfaengland for @Restore_Hope. Get in touch with…

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Train as an Adult Mental Health First Aider – Subsidised training spaces available

Take the opportunity to book an Adult Mental Health First Aid course for your organisation. Contact for details of this time limited, one time only hugely subsidised offer of spaces through Positive Energy Being to…

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Body trauma and anxiety releasing exercises

Some basic, but very effective techniques to do oneself at home to anchor and calm the nervous system through body positioning. With trauma, PTSD or anxiety, people can suffer extreme states of terror, hyperarousal, immobility,…

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Ten Steps Towards School Staff Wellbeing

Concerns about the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people are currently in the public spotlight. However, any conversation about supporting our children’s wellbeing must also include how we support our teachers. We…

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