Primary Care Mental Health update – Hertfordshire Wellbeing
We are pleased to share with you our Primary Care Mental Health update by Hertfordshire Wellbeing (IAPT). We will continue to share our newsletter with you monthly to provide you with the most up-to-date information about the mental health and wellbeing support available to residents.
Topics covered in our January update:
- Making Mental Health a priority in 2023 – Emotional Wellbeing has been at the forefront of people’s minds recently, with learning to cope with coronavirus and now the current cost of living crisis. Positive mental health allows people to: · Realise their full potential · Cope with the stresses of life · Work productively · Make meaningful contributions to their communities. We offer access to free, confidential, and highly effective talking therapies for people struggling with common mental health problems including anxiety and depression. We offer support online via our website, including the option to self-refer to our service www.hpft-iapt.nhs.uk
- IAPT Psychological Wellbeing Webinars – We are starting the New Year off with a bang, with the release of new webinars to our timetable to meet an increasing demand. Attendance to our webinars during September-December 2022 has risen by 91% compared to the same period in 2021. We are launching a *new ‘Managing employment and emotional wellbeing’ webinar, which introduces common employment-related difficulties that may impact emotional wellbeing and a *new* ‘Managing Change in Later Life’ webinar on which identifies the different emotions we may experience when faced with change.
- Understanding Low Self-esteem – Our brand *new* ‘Understanding Low Self-esteem’ webinar, launching on Tuesday 7th February at 10.30am, can help you to recognise how you are feeling and begin to regain control over your mood and the unhelpful self-critical thoughts you may hold about yourself. Click here to find out more information and to register.
- Mental Health Awareness Training –This webinar is for anyone working with, or for, individuals vulnerable to common mental health problems. Please do feel free to join us again and encourage your colleagues and clients to sign up. Available dates: Wednesday 18th January at 1pm. Improving your understanding of mental health difficulties could benefit many people around you. Click here for more information.
Please see more information in the link below:
Primary Care Mental Health update (Hertfordshire Wellbeing) – January