Supporting you as you support others

Keeping Well NCL is a staff mental health and wellbeing project that connects and supports the North Central London health and social care workforce during the Coronavirus outbreak.

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Staff Wellbeing at Home

In demanding times, relationships of all kinds can come under pressure and have an impact on our wellbeing at home and at work. 

This month, our staff wellbeing support is focussing on supporting staff wellbeing at home through our May webinars on Maternal Mental Health and Parental Self-care, and Couple Conflict and Domestic Abuse

Plus, KeepingWell NCL is proud to now provide access to free relationship counselling for health and care staff! 

Find out how to refer here

Latest News

‘In Our Own Words’ Live Performance at Jackson Lane Arts Centre this Thursday

Thursday 26th May, 7pm, at Jackson Arts Centre or via livestream

Join is for this special, one-night-only performance of health & care staff experiences of the pandemic from Wake the Beast Theatre company, told using the words of Whittington Health health & social care staff.

This event is free for NHS and social care staff, with a free plus-one.

Find out more and register for the event or livestream

Find out more about In Our Own Words in this short YouTube clip

Posted 23rd May 2022

Join the KeepingWell NCL Hub team: Senior Practitioner, Project Manager, & Support Lead Vacancies!

Are you passionate about ensuring health and social care staff are supported at work? Do you want to contribute to a creative, dynamic and innovative team space where ideas and practice can flourish?

We are excited to announce that the KeepingWell NCL Hub is expanding! We are currently looking for an enthusiastic and energetic Project Manager, Support Lead, and two Senior Practitioners to our evolving and innovative team providing mental health & wellbeing support for health & social care staff in North Central London.

Find out more and apply here!

Posted on 19th May 2022

Last chance to attend! Free Intercultural Therapy Training Workshops for health and social care

Time is running out to catch this acclaimed intercultural awareness workshop workshop! There are only two dates left for this free, interactive, experiential workshop open to all health and social care staff across North Central London. 

This six-hour workshop, delivered through the Nafsiyat Intercultural Therapy Centre, aims to enhance empathetic intercultural communication within health & care, and empower attendees to share learning and propose strategic actions within their teams and organisations.

Registrations are now open for our final two dates. Click here to find out more and register!

Posted on 9th May 2022

‘Supporting Staff Wellbeing at Home’ Webinars: Parental Self-Care & Couple Conflict

This Maternal Mental Health Month, KeepingWell NCL are partnering with Islington CAMHS Early Years Service on a double-bill of webinars raising awareness of issues that can affect health and care staff’s wellbeing at home, and how staff can protect their own & colleagues’ wellbeing.

For many health and care staff, transitioning from caring for others to caring for a child during and after pregnancy can be overwhelming. The series’ first webinar raises awareness of the challenges this can bring in parents’ lives: how can health & care staff protect their wellbeing while juggling being carers at home & at work?

Health & social care workers, particularly women and their children, are as vulnerable to domestic violence and abuse (DVA) as those they care for. The second webinar aims to reduce stigma and raise awareness about DVA among staff & managers, by discussing why this topic has been taboo socially and in the workplace, and providing information on identifying red flags for DVA and seeking support safely.

Any health and care staff in North Central London are welcome to attend either or both of these sessions.

Click here to find out more and register

Posted on 20th April 2022

 

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