Looking after your mental health during the festive season
December 11, 2023
Mental health symptoms, worries and feelings of grief don’t take time off during the holidays, so while the festive period can be filled with lovely moments, it can also present challenges and triggers.
When to intervene if you’re worried about a loved one’s mental health
September 25, 2023
Have you noticed a change in a friend or family member’s behaviour or mindset? Maybe they’re isolating themselves, worrying more than usual or acting erratically. Here are some tips on how you can support them.
Do you know the difference between trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)? They often get mixed up as they’re both the result of experiencing or witnessing a traumatic event. Find out more in our blog.
Why survivors of domestic abuse may experience PTSD
6 Min Read
May 29, 2023
Domestic abuse can be extremely traumatising. If you’ve experienced domestic abuse, it’s worth getting to know the symptoms of PTSD so that you can recognise it and take steps to treat it sooner, rather than later.
Recognising and managing mental health issues, early on
April 17, 2023
If a mental health issue is left unmanaged, it's likely the problem will get worse. Recognising a mental health condition early on means you can put steps in place before it impacts your quality of life.
Hypervigilance: what to do if you’re always ‘on alert’
September 26, 2022
Have you ever felt like your senses are on high alert or constantly in ‘survival’ mode, and you can’t relax into conversations with friends, for instance, focus properly on your work, or fully enjoy activities?