My Money In Mind: Financial wellbeing webinar for health & social care staff

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Thursday 30th June, 12-1pm, via Zoom For many health and social care staff, we know that financial uncertainty and the cost of living crisis is increasing feelings of stress and anxiety. How can we look after our money, and ourselves, in uncertain times? In this free staff webinar, KeepingWell NCL are pleased to partner with […]

Free relationship counselling for health and social care staff

Supporting staff and their relationships In demanding times, relationships of all kinds can come under pressure, and have an impact on our wellbeing at home and at work. Free, flexible, online relationship support is now available for health and social care staff, to support you when your relationships come under stress. This service, provided by […]

Financial Wellbeing Webinar

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Watch this recorded webinar, which was a live session ran by the NHS in partnership with Money Advice Service. This session focused on Saving for goals, financial independence and your wellbeing. The session covers: Getting into the savings habit and why it pays to save regularly Saving for emergencies and putting the rest where it […]

Mental health and wellbeing support for medics

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This resource includes a series of in-depth ‘Wellbeing Sessions’, which provide structured support for doctors and medical students looking to improve their own wellbeing. If you have less time available, or would like to explore a range of topics, there are also two other types of support available. ‘Find Out More’ guides offer an overview […]

OCD-UK – support to understand and manage OCD

Information plays an important role in helping people understand and manage Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. OCD-UK is a national charity run by, and for, people with OCD. The organisation aims to educate, offer hope, and support people at every stage of their journey: through the difficult times, right through to recovery and everything in between. The charity […]

NHS Practitioner Health – a mental wellbeing app

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NHS Practitioner Health has produced a mental wellbeing app tailored to the needs of health and social care workers. The app will enable you to monitor and track your own wellbeing, and identify areas where you might need some additional support. Through the app, you can access customised content curated by NHS Practitioner Health, including […]

The No Panic helpline

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No Panic is a registered charity that supports people living with panic attacks, phobias, OCD and other related anxiety disorders. No Panic offers a number of different services, including telephone and email support, as well as additional programmes for people who sign up for an annual membership. The No Panic Helpline operates between 10am and […]

Budget Planner by MoneyHelper

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This simple budget planning tool aims to give you a clearer picture of your income and outgoings, and make a plan for your financial goals. Knowing where every pound is being spent is a good first step towards building savings, getting out of debt or preparing for retirement. The Budget Planner tool from MoneyHelper offers: […]

Financial Habits and Money Management Programme

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This is a free 10-week plan designed to build confidence around money management and budgeting. This resource is designed to help you feel more in control of your finances. It aims to cut through the jargon and help you make more confident decisions about your money and pensions, with just 20 minutes a week! The […]

Using Safe Place Imagery

When you’re feeling overwhelmed, anxious, or being reminded of something difficult, it can be helpful to imagine a ‘safe place’ which gives you a feeling of calm and safety. You can also practice a Lotus Flower meditation to help you relax. This easy-to-read infographic developed by the Traumatic Stress Clinic guides you through using a […]