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Researcher Wellbeing

Researcher Wellbeing

We have collaborated with the University of Bristol to create new guidelines for researchers working on sensitive topics to help protect their mental health and wellbeing.

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Covid-19 Mental Health Statistics (2021)

Covid-19 Mental Health Statistics (2021)

The Covid-19 pandemic has deeply affected global mental health. Read up on some the key statistics about how lockdown and the health crisis has affected everything from depression to dating and mental health inequalities to the numbers who are looking for help.

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Covid Misinformation & Mental Health

Covid Misinformation & Mental Health

Covid anxiety is difficult enough, let alone with the risks of misinformation. Learn techniques to counter fake news for both yourself and your clients. Our media literacy skills are more important than ever.

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Language Around Suicide

Language Around Suicide

The language we use around Mental Health is important, this is especially true when exploring a subject as important as suicide. In this post we explore how our literacy around the topic of suicide is changing and why we don’t say “committing suicide” anymore and what we can say instead.

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Weighted Blankets for Mental Health

Weighted Blankets for Mental Health

If you believe all the claims, weighted blankets can help with a huge range of mental health concerns from anxiety and depression to insomnia or even autism. We examine the science behind their use and consider if you should recommend them.

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Body Image Labelling

Body Image Labelling

The Girl Guides and the French Government make for unlikely friends, but they have both promoted an innovative solution to the problem of unrealistic body image. We look into how what can be achieved.

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