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Why it’s important to recognise carers

Written by Rachel O’Shea The theme for Carer’s Week this year was ‘Make caring visible, valued and supported’. The week aims to celebrate and recognise the vital contribution made by the UK’s estimated 6.5 million carers. The campaign aims to raise awareness for carers both paid and unpaid and the contribution they make to the […]

Author: HFEHMind
Posted on: 13th June 2022

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Why you should volunteer in Mental Health Care

Written by Peter Flexman, Volunteer Co-ordinator  I am writing today’s blog to mark Volunteers Week, which is held every year from 1st-7th June. As volunteer co-ordinator, my main intention was to highlight the time, enthusiasm, and support provided by our volunteers and to say thank you.  Also, I have first-hand experience of how volunteering can […]

Author: HFEHMind
Posted on: 7th June 2022

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Statement on George Floyd and our work on a Racism and Mental Health Toolkit

Rest In Power, George Floyd 2020 Today, May 25 2022, marks two years since George Floyd’s murder which sparked an unprecedented worldwide outpouring of rage and pledges for change. George Floyd became a powerful symbol of persistent inequality and systemic injustice against Black Americans and a wake-up call for all. Here in the UK, Black […]

Author: Jack Terry
Posted on: 25th May 2022

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How stress impacts our mental health

It’s Stress Awareness Month, and while we might think of stress as an everyday thing we just have to deal with, intense or long-term stress can actually have a big impact on our mental health, making us irritable, anxious, or depressed. This article will look at how stress can impact our mental health, and ways […]

Author: Jack Terry
Posted on: 4th April 2022

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Wellbeing West London Directory Project

Did you know that there are hundreds of organisations which help to support mental health and wellbeing in Hammersmith, Fulham, Ealing, and Hounslow? While we are very lucky to have so many fantastic sources of support across our three boroughs, here at HFEH Mind we know it can sometimes be challenging to find the right […]

Author: HFEHMind
Posted on: 16th March 2022

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International Women’s Day 2022: Breaking the bias in women’s mental health care

The theme of this year’s International Women’s Day is break the bias, looking at the many unconscious and overt biases women face in everyday life. The campaign looks at biases in the workplace, school, health, and other important areas, but as a mental health charity, we are going to focus on women’s mental health. Unfortunately, […]

Author: Jack Terry
Posted on: 8th March 2022

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How To Deal With Exam Stress

Created from materials made by the HFEH Mind Mental Health Support Team   Taking exams is an important part of school but this can be a stressful time. Feeling stressed about exams is not only normal, it’s actually healthy. Stress is not fun for anyone to experience but it is a crucial part of how […]

Author: Jack Terry
Posted on: 3rd March 2022

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Mental Health within the LGBTQIA+ Black & Ethnic Minority Community

By Shelley Kohli, Equality & Diversity Mental Health Case Worker   At Hammersmith, Fulham, Ealing & Hounslow Mind we are flying the flag for LGBTQIA+ History Month. However, we also acknowledge the difficulties encountered by members of the LGBTQIA+ community, and the persistent challenges that are experienced, as well as often having to deal with […]

Author: HFEHMind
Posted on: 22nd February 2022

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Youth Services Co-Production Update

By Amy Woodward, Youth Services Co-Production Lead At HFEH Mind, we believe that the voices of the community, and those accessing our services, our key to improving the work that we do. Within Youth Services, our aim is that young people are involved in every aspect of our work. Service design is guided by our […]

Author: HFEHMind
Posted on: 21st February 2022

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LGBTQIA+ Novels About Mental Health

By Damaris Young, Mental health Advice Caseworker Representation matters, and it is important that stories reflect our experiences and identities. Here is a selection of stories to read this LGBTQIA+ History Month that encourage confidence, self-love and acceptance of ourselves and each other. LGBTQIA+ Novels that deal with Mental Health Boys Don’t Cry by Malorie […]

Author: HFEHMind
Posted on: 8th February 2022

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