Over the past year, we’ve collectively shared an experience that has left its mark on our mental wellbeing. We’ve felt the effects of isolation, uncertainty, burnout and loss. In times like these, it’s important to remember that it’s okay not to feel okay.
That doesn’t mean resigning yourself to feeling this way forever. It means accepting that you feel this way in this moment, and knowing you have the resilience to cope. Even if right now, coping just means getting through the day.
Now’s the time to make your mental wellbeing a priority. Building a few simple, practical daily habits can strengthen your resilience and mental wellbeing for life. We’re here to help you do just that.
Explore the habits and practices that can strengthen your mental wellbeing.
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Whether you’re grieving, feeling overwhelmed, anxious or scared, talking can help. But it’s not always easy to open up completely to family and friends. Counselling from the experts at Connect Assist is a chance for you to talk openly in a safe space without judgement. Your counsellor will listen and help you find practical ways to manage your thoughts and improve your overall state of mind.
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Sleep is often the first thing that gets disrupted when life gets busy or we experience worries and concerns. Designed by experts and backed by science, Sleepstation delivers a free remote sleep improvement programme and access to self-help advice and resources.Access sleepstation
Qwell is an online counselling and mental health support service. Talk in confidence about whatever’s on your mind in a safe, supportive online space. Access professional counsellors and share your experiences with Qwell’s online community.
Qwell is currently only available in the UK and the Channel Islands.Join Qwell
When events beyond your control impact your hopes and plans it can be disorienting and disheartening. Working with a CABA coach can help you reset your goals and get back on track.
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We know that more people than ever are feeling isolated as a result of the pandemic. If you’re aged 60 and over and feeling lonely, we can introduce you to an Age UK befriender. You can chat, swap stories and spend time on the phone each week.
Telephone friendship service is currently available in the UK only.MAKE AN ENQUIRY
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Equip yourself with the skills and knowledge to take care of your mental wellbeing and support others to do the same.
Learn about the factors that influence mental health and how to recognise early signs of distress in yourself and others.
Learn about the science of sleep and discover the secret to a good night’s sleep that leaves you refreshed and full of energy.
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