Bell Let’s Talk –  Police and the impacts of mental health

Bell Let’s Talk – Police and the impacts of mental health

Mental health affects police officers and EMS workers in general. We see people at their worst and we carry that with us. I’ve been on the downside of mental health and I’ve been on the upside of mental health and taking care of your self is fundamentally important so that you can take care of …

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FEELING BLUE? Mental Health at Cambridge University | Documentary

FEELING BLUE? Mental Health at Cambridge University | Documentary

You know, there’s this great… I have it pinned up somewhere somewhere on my wall this bit from ‘Under the Volcano’ by Malcolm Lowry. It has this wonderful excerpt from it on on being in Cambridge sort of being almost sort of seasick from from walking around on this, this shifting ship of a place …

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Navigating Rocky Waters: Recovery Journeys in Mental Health

Navigating Rocky Waters: Recovery Journeys in Mental Health

Most of us most of the time captain our own lives But sometimes, it’s difficult to cope A feeling of being overwhelmed is often what people report when they are referred to our services And their friends and families can be affected too As mental health practitioners their safety is our first priority Sometimes it …

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World Mental Health Day 2016 with Heads Together

World Mental Health Day 2016 with Heads Together

Thank you to everybody here for joining the Heads Together campaign on World Mental Health Day. Catherine, Harry and I are incredibly proud to be working with you all to tackle one of the greatest challenges facing our society. All of us know someone who has been through difficult emotional times, and we know how …

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