In this free course, The caring manager in
health and social care, particular attention will be paid to stress and
change, the relationship between stress and organisational change, and the ways in
which management can lead with a caring face in the context of ongoing
organisational change in health and social care.
Stress Awareness Month is held every April to increase public awareness about both the causes and cures for stress. Stress Awareness Week takes place at the start of November. We've put together some of our top FREE related resources.
Mae “Pyliau o banig: beth ydyn nhw, a beth i'w wneud yn eu cylch” yn gwrs rhad ac am ddim a ddylai fod o gymorth i unrhyw un sy'n profi pyliau o banig neu banig, i'w teulu a'u ffrindiau, ac i unrhyw un sydd â diddordeb mwy cyffredinol mewn iechyd meddwl a’i driniaeth. Mae'r cwrs yn dechrau trwy archwilio diffiniadau ffurfiol o banig a phyliau o banig. Yna cyferbynnir y rhain â straeon personol o’r profiad o banig. Mae hefyd yn cyflwyno rhai o'r dealltwriaethau allweddol ynghylch pam mae pyliau o banig yn digwydd, ac yn rhoi trosolwg o'r prif ffyrdd y gall pobl gael help a helpu eu hunain.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (also known as ‘ACT’) is a type of psychological therapy used for people who feel ‘stuck’ due to complex life circumstances. This article explains more and offers some top tips.
The last 2 years have seen people's mental health and wellbeing tested like almost never before. Concerns over health, isolation, family, finance, careers and education have affected us all in one way or another, so it's vital we all take the time to consider our own mental health and wellbeing, as well as those around us. Here are some FREE resources to do just that...
Panic attacks: what they are and what to do about them is a free course that should be helpful to anyone who experiences panic or panic attacks, for their family and friends, and anyone more generally interested in mental health and mental health treatment. The course starts by exploring formal definitions of panic and panic attack. These are then contrasted with personal accounts of the experience of panic. It also presents some of the key understandings of why panic attacks happen, and provides an overview of the main ways people can get help and help themselves.