USEFUL WELLBEING RESOURCES

Please find below links to free resources and websites to support wellbeing in the workplace and also for individuals.  I'm always adding to this so if you know of any useful links to include let me know.

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Doc Ready

If you or someone you know is preparing to visit the doctor to discuss yours/their mental health, it can be difficult to know what to expect or even talk about how you/they feel, or even ask for help.

 

So the Doc Ready website has some simple tools to help someone prepare for the first time they visit a doctor to discuss their mental health.

 

Click the link to ensure anxiety over what to expect doesn't prevent you/someone else getting the help needed. 

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The Work

Byron Katie is an inspirational speaker and author who created a self reflective practice through thought inquiry, which she makes freely available on her website.  

She used this process to help cure herself of depression, and has helped millions of people around the world to free themselves from stress, frustration, anger and sadness.

 

This link takes you to her website where you will find free downloadable forms to do The Work.