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Backup Buddy UK 16h
We are delighted that have joined the Backup Buddy family ☺ and providing their officers and staff with our app!
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Lifelines Scotland 5h
Brilliant that recognises the "selfless work of volunteers" at this evening's reception & praised the fab work has done to promote . Thank you!
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See Me Jan 23
Looking for ideas on how to get involved in Time to Talk Day this 6th February 2020? We have a communities pack, an employer's pack, a school's pack, and a partner's pack to help get you started! Download them from our website:
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Lifelines Scotland Jan 23
Privilege to join today's session w & giving forensic colleagues a chance to reflect on the interface between work & personal lives. We'll be working to help folk understand the things that protect them
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Lifelines Scotland Jan 22
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Jeff Thompson, Ph.D. Jan 16
A resilience tip, backed by neuroscience (thanks to today): Go out in the sunlight- bright sunlight helps boost the production of serotonin. It also improves the release of melatonin, which helps you get a better night’s sleep.
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HeavyWhalleyMBE.BEM Jan 16
In these modern days never take the Emergency Services for granted. Most are volunteers who do this to help the fellow man and women.
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Lifelines Scotland Jan 15
and colleagues at Rivers Centre are mourning the loss of an inspiring, kind and wise colleague. Piper Alpha disaster: Tribute paid after death of trauma specialist
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Lifelines Scotland Jan 14
Thanks This is really helpful. We're not our thoughts and must remember
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BSARU Jan 11
Thanks to for hosting and to Gill from for delivering the session. A great opportunity to equip more of our team with the knowledge of how to
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Steve Penny MBE Jan 12
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And a link to a short 5 min film describing an example of such experiences :
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Lifelines Scotland Jan 11
We were talking today about what's in our Here's something from ours. Thanks , & friends. Find things that make your
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Lifelines Scotland Jan 11
Heading home after session w the great folk & Plenty of chat & laughs discussing how to individually & supporting each other as you deal w challenging call outs. Thanks for all you do for fellow citizens
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Lifelines Scotland Jan 9
Huge thanks to & Susan McGinlay Deirdre Joy for yesterday's meeting w Fiona Myers from to plan evaluation of
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Craig Needham Jan 6
CALLING ALL UK VOLUNTEER SAR RESPONDERS:Any organisation.Been in 3 yrs or less? I need your input for research into your experiences. Please RT.
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Lifelines Scotland Jan 6
V helpful meeting this afternoon w SPA forensic colleague discussing how we ensure our resources meet needs of their staff who work in roles w regular exposure to potentially traumatic situations. aims to support staff in both &
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Lifelines Scotland Jan 4
We see you too. And all the Scottish families supporting Thank you
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Lifelines Scotland Dec 29
Love this. The healing power of nature and community ‘I feel born again’: recovering from trauma, one tree at a time
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Lifelines Scotland Dec 28
Thank you for sharing this reflection how "readiness" can protect as they encounter potentially traumatic events. Thank you too for an account of community solidarity & compassion
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Lifelines Scotland Dec 28
Congratulations!
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