Tools for individual employees

Author: MHFA England

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA)

MHFA offer a number of mental health first aid training programmes to employees, with open or in-house courses available. The training draws on the five step MHFA action plan and is delivered by a MHFA trained and qualified instructor.

Author: Mental Health Foundation

Mental Health Foundation: How to manage and reduce stress

Created by the Mental Health Foundation, this resource is aimed at individuals who want to know more about stress and how to manage it. This easy-to-read guide includes details on what stress is (e.g. the physical, behaviour and emotional symptoms and how to identify signs of stress), what causes stress, how you can manage stress and where to go to seek further help.

Author: Good thinking

Good thinking

Good Thinking was created in 2017 by the NHS, Public Health England and the Healthy London Partnership. With over 120 online resources, the website includes guides to improving mental health and courses, apps and therapy that are available to those living and working in London. There are resources for anxiety, stress, sad or low mood and sleep problems. Users can also take a self-assessment which provides feedback and suggests actions based on the answers given. There is also a page for those requiring urgent support. 

Author: Mind

Mind

Mind, the UK charity, offer open and in-house courses training in managing mental health at work. The one day training offering includes an overview of mental health, how to spot signs and symptoms, how to support someone experiencing mental ill-health, how to communicate sensitively and manage disclosure and how to manage performance of staff with mental health problems.

Author: MHFA England

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA)

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA)

MHFA offer a number of mental health first aid training programmes to employees, with open or in-house courses available. The training draws on the five step MHFA action plan and is delivered by a MHFA trained and qualified instructor.

Author: MHFA England

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA)

MHFA offer a number of mental health first aid training programmes to employees, with open or in-house courses available. The training draws on the five step MHFA action plan and is delivered by a MHFA trained and qualified instructor.

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Author: Mental Health Foundation

Mental Health Foundation: How to manage and reduce stress

Mental Health Foundation: How to manage and reduce stress

Created by the Mental Health Foundation, this resource is aimed at individuals who want to know more about stress and how to manage it. This easy-to-read guide includes details on what stress is (e.g. the physical, behaviour and emotional symptoms and how to identify signs of stress), what causes stress, how you can manage stress and where to go to seek further help.

Author: Mental Health Foundation

Mental Health Foundation: How to manage and reduce stress

Created by the Mental Health Foundation, this resource is aimed at individuals who want to know more about stress and how to manage it. This easy-to-read guide includes details on what stress is (e.g. the physical, behaviour and emotional symptoms and how to identify signs of stress), what causes stress, how you can manage stress and where to go to seek further help.

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Author: Good thinking

Good thinking

Good thinking

Good Thinking was created in 2017 by the NHS, Public Health England and the Healthy London Partnership. With over 120 online resources, the website includes guides to improving mental health and courses, apps and therapy that are available to those living and working in London. There are resources for anxiety, stress, sad or low mood and sleep problems. Users can also take a self-assessment which provides feedback and suggests actions based on the answers given. There is also a page for those requiring urgent support. 

Author: Good thinking

Good thinking

Good Thinking was created in 2017 by the NHS, Public Health England and the Healthy London Partnership. With over 120 online resources, the website includes guides to improving mental health and courses, apps and therapy that are available to those living and working in London. There are resources for anxiety, stress, sad or low mood and sleep problems. Users can also take a self-assessment which provides feedback and suggests actions based on the answers given. There is also a page for those requiring urgent support. 

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Author: Mind

Mind

Mind

Mind, the UK charity, offer open and in-house courses training in managing mental health at work. The one day training offering includes an overview of mental health, how to spot signs and symptoms, how to support someone experiencing mental ill-health, how to communicate sensitively and manage disclosure and how to manage performance of staff with mental health problems.

Author: Mind

Mind

Mind, the UK charity, offer open and in-house courses training in managing mental health at work. The one day training offering includes an overview of mental health, how to spot signs and symptoms, how to support someone experiencing mental ill-health, how to communicate sensitively and manage disclosure and how to manage performance of staff with mental health problems.

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