Mental Wellbeing Sources of Help

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Are you suffering from the symptoms of stress or mental health issues?
Are you concerned about a colleague?
Are you a manager or supervisor who is worried about a member of your team?

People are often embarrassed to admit that they have a problem feeling like they are the only one.  It is estimated by the  mental Health Foundation that 1 in 6 people will have experienced a common mental health problem in the past week.

There are places where you can find help either for yourself or to help you to support a colleague.

(The links below are merely signposts to the websites and apps, they are not endorsed by the University nor is the University endorsed by the organisations concerned).

Where to go when you need help now

Samaritans:

NHS:
  • Call 111 for non-emergency medical advice
  • Your GP
  • In an emergency call 999 or go to your nearest A&E department

Mind, The Mental Health Charity

Website: www.mind.org.uk 

Infoline
The Mind team provides information on a range of topics including:

  • types of mental health problem
  • where to get help
  • medication and alternative treatments
  • advocacy. 

They will look for details of help and support in your own area.

Lines are open 9am to 6pm, Monday to Friday (except for bank holidays) 

0300 123 3393
info@mind.org.uk 
Text: 86463

Facebook: www.facebook.com/mindforbettermentalhealth 

Twitter: @MindCharity 

Birmingham Mind
http://birminghammind.org/ 

Wellbeing in the workplace
www.mind.org.uk/workplace

Moodzone

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https://tinyurl.com/moodzone

Here you will find a self-assessment tool. The tool, ‘Check Your Mood’, is a simple series of questions about how you have been feeling.  The tool will use your answers to direct you to sources of help. These resources should enable you to understand how you are feeling and offer help and tools to help you to help yourself.

One You

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Stress is the feeling of being under too much mental or emotional pressure, and pressure turns into stress when you feel unable to cope.

A bit of stress is normal and can help push you to do something new or difficult, but too much stress can take its toll.

Read more at: https://tinyurl.com/oneyou-stress

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Apps for smartphone and tablet

There are many Apps for smartphone and tablet that aim to help you to manage you mental health.

View the suggested apps here.

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