During this pandemic, many of us have experienced a mental health problem, or seen a colleague or a loved one struggle. Navigating self-help and supporting others can feel tricky at times. Whether this relates to you or others, help is at hand. You do not need to face anything alone. There is a variety of support available for you and your team.
During the Mental Health Awareness Week we want to give a shout out to all our amazing colleagues across health and care in the South East and:
- Recognise how difficult the last year has been and that it is ok to not be ok
- Say thank you for your incredibly hard work
- Encourage you to take some time to focus on your own mental health and wellbeing
- Share with you the wealth of resources and support that is available regionally and nationally to help you and your teams navigate through the next few months – check out our new Learning Digest below
- Shine a spotlight on critical challenges and experiences of Young NHS Workforce, underrepresented staff, men and staff affected by bereavement.