WELLBEING

The often unseen ‘Olympic Village’

September 3, 2021 Editor 0

The recent Olympic games in Tokyo gave us everything. There was something captivating about these games, perhaps more so considering what everyone has been through over the last 18 months. There were certainly plenty of

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Listen, respond and validate their feelings

August 4, 2021 Editor 0

The summer holidays are now upon us, marking the end of what has been a strange and challenging academic year for children, young adults, teachers and parents. As parents, we have been juggling our own

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The fluidity of mental health

July 8, 2021 Editor 0

We often talk about the fluidity of mental health when we deliver workshops and training. We all have mental health and it is not a static – just like our physical health, it changes over

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Coming out the other side of lockdown

May 27, 2021 Editor 0

When lockdown began in March 2020, it was fast and hard. We had little time to fully consider its impact as we all followed government guidance, whether that was home-working and home-schooling, shielding at home

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Reconnect with nature for your mental health

May 12, 2021 Editor 0

It’s Mental Health Awareness Week this week and following what has been a challenging and unprecedented year for our community, the theme from The Mental Health Foundation this year is ‘Nature’.  During the pandemic, reconnecting