Mindful Memo – Mastering our Mindsets

This month’s Mindful Memo, Mastering our Mindsets, is ready to download. This issue includes tips and advice on how to understand and adapt your mindset. Important skills to master as we ease out of lockdown.

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June Mindful Memo – subscribe here

We will be publishing the latest issue of our monthly newsletter, Mindful Memo, on Wednesday.

If you would like to read the Memo, you can get it emailed to your inbox by subscribing here. Read more…

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Men’s Health Week 2020

This week is Men’s Health Week and the focus for 2020 will be ‘Take Action on Covid-19’. The facts are scary: men are twice as likely to die of Covid-19 than their female counterparts. Today we are sharing the links to the Men’s Health Forum campaign which provides a wealth of information on the pandemic: https://shop.menshealthforum.org.uk/collections/mens-health-week.

Over the course of the week, we will be looking at ways that we can support men’s mental health during this uncertain time. On our social networks we will be providing tips on coping with stress, building resilience and other tools to help improve mental health.

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Carers Week 2020

Next week is Carers Week. This is a chance to highlight the huge contribution carers are making to our communities. If you have been caring for someone in your family with mental health problems during the current crisis, it is very likely you will be feeling signs of real strain. Here are ten techniques to work on in order to enhance your own resilience during this period: https://tinyurl.com/Enhancingresilience.

You can find more details about Carers Week here: https://www.carersweek.org.

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Covid Support online workshop – 8 June

On Monday, 8 June (11am-12.30pm) our Richmond Wellbeing Service is running a special online Covid Support workshop. The session will cover mainly anxiety – worry, unhelpful behaviours, techniques on relaxation/breathing, and further support.

In order to access the workshop you must refer yourself to the Richmond Wellbeing Service. The easiest way is to fill in the self-referral form here: https://tinyurl.com/ybmxvguz

Or if you prefer to speak to someone by phone please ring 020 8548 5550 – Monday-Thursday 8:15am–8pm, and Friday 8:15am–5:30pm.

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