Cymraeg

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I’M OK AND WANT TO STAY THAT WAY

Thanks for taking the time to look after your mental health. It’s just as important as looking after your physical health, but lots of us don’t pay enough attention to it. The resources below have some evidence that they work in supporting good mental health. They can be used by individuals or by teams to maintain or improve their mental health.

5 ways to wellbeing

The Five Ways to Wellbeing are a wellbeing equivalent of ‘five portions fruit and vegetables a day’.  These are based upon the New Economics Foundation [2008] review of the most up to date evidence of individual actions that promote wellbeing. The link below takes you to things you can do in a minute, an hour or longer to enhance your mental health.

Reading Well for Mental Health

The Reading Well Programme helps people to understand and manage their mental health. The books (some of which are available in Cymraeg) provide useful information on mental health and dementia, and have been recommended by mental health professionals. The books are available at your local library, even if you are not a member. To see the books here:

Headsted programme

The wellbeing support service are able to offer colleagues access to a Headsted licence which uses acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) to help you build a rich and meaningful life.

Email Wellbeing.Support.Service@wales.nhs.uk for more information on how to get a licence or for more information on Headsted and ACT go to site linked.

Build your own wellbeing plan

The NHS One You website has lots of information and tools to help people maintain good mental health, including a section on building a personal action plan for good mental and physical health

Resilience

To help you manage your mental health and wellbeing the Charity for Civil Servants has brought together the most popular resilience resources in an easy-to-use format

Mental Toughness Guide

Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) have developed this mental toughness guide that gives tips on how to manage stress and support each other.

Add to your life

Add to Your Life is a free NHS Wales health check to help you live longer, feel better, and stay healthy and active into the future. It can help you discover more about your health, learn the simple steps you can take to stay fit, and discover local services to help you make a positive change in your life.

I’M OK AND WANT TO STAY THAT WAY

The information and resources throughout this website are not owned by WAST, but are recognised to be valuable in maintaining and supporting good mental health for our workforce.

e: amb_MentalHealth@wales.nhs.uk

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