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Tips for supporting young people’s mental health and wellbeing

By Ella Higgs (Education Mental Health Practitioner from the West London Mental Health Support Team at HFEH Mind) This blog post is aimed at anyone interacting with children and young people – in a professional capacity, or with your own loved ones. In fact, the tips discussed here can apply to any human relationship – […]

Author: HFEHMind
Posted on: 14th January 2022

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Dry January: How drinking impacts our mental health

By Karl O’Shea, Service User Participation Lead With the festive season behind us, many of us will be looking back at a period of feasting and merriment where we’ve indulged in the usual smorgasbord of food and drink. Our new year resolutions may be about cutting back on, or giving up, some of the things […]

Author: HFEHMind
Posted on: 12th January 2022

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Dealing with stress over the holidays

The holiday period is one of the most stressful times of year. Trying to fit in seeing old friends, visiting family, and traditional celebrations is a lot to juggle, with everyone wanting to have fun and make memories. Often organising all this falls on just one person, and if you’ve clicked on this article, it’s […]

Author: Jack Terry
Posted on: 24th December 2021

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How to manage loneliness over the holidays

The holidays can be a difficult time for many of us. Because it’s a time when you’re supposed to feel jolly or happy, if you’re not, you can feel worse. Similarly, it can feel like everyone is going somewhere, doing something, and enjoying themselves, and if we aren’t, we feel like we’re missing out. If […]

Author: Jack Terry
Posted on: 20th December 2021

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How creativity can help support mental health

Written by the team at MasterPeace art studio Modern day life can sometimes be overwhelming, so full of distracting chatter and filled with complexity. It’s hard to not get lost in the constant rush of it all. Art and the exploration of our creativity can be a powerful mindfulness tool that helps people relax and […]

Author: HFEHMind
Posted on: 29th November 2021

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How HFEH Mind’s values help shape our mental health services

All organisations have a set of core values that guide and shape everything they do. Even if they haven’t formally written those values down, or consciously thought about them when making decisions, those values can still make a big difference in how an organisation works. Values don’t just influence what services an organisation offers, they […]

Author: Jack Terry
Posted on: 25th November 2021

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International Men’s Day: Why men should talk about their mental health

While poor mental health can affect anyone, men are statistically far less likely to talk about it or seek help. This is troubling, as in England roughly one in eight men have a common mental health problem like depression, anxiety, or panic disorder. Of course, it’s likely this number is higher as many men never […]

Author: Jack Terry
Posted on: 19th November 2021

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International Men’s Day: Talking about Masculinity, Childhood, and Male Role Models

Disclaimer: All names have been changed to maintain confidentiality Today I am writing a blog to recognise International Men’s Day. To be honest, if I wasn’t writing this blog, I wouldn’t have known. International Men’s Day in the UK is on 19th November every year. This year’s International Men’s Day (in the UK) has been […]

Author: HFEHMind
Posted on: 19th November 2021

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Anti-Bullying Week 2021: The Impact of Bullying

It may have happened years ago but the effects are still there, the tears are quick to return even at the mere fleeting of a thought of the enormity of the bullying. The lack of acceptance, the loneliness, the heartbreak, the tragic feeling of having no one to talk to. It’s as though I were […]

Author: HFEHMind
Posted on: 12th November 2021

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Apleona Facility Management UK raises over £5,000 for HFEH Mind

Apleona Facility Management UK has undertaken a massive fundraising project to raise money for Hammersmith, Fulham, Ealing, and Hounslow Mind. A huge thank you to everyone involved, but the biggest thanks of all is to Apleona’s MD: Jacqui Paice. To mark her 10-year anniversary, Jacqui was sponsored to travel the length of the country between […]

Author: Jack Terry
Posted on: 12th November 2021

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