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Judy Darcy Oct 10
Today marks World Mental Health Day – an opportunity for people around the globe to shine a light on the importance of positive mental health. Read my full statement:
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Frances Oliver Oct 10
It's World Mental Health Day! SD78 students & students everywhere for that matter need to be educated on mental health. Eradicating phrases like these within our school is a great first start!
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StandBy Support After Suicide Oct 10
Thrilled to release an independent evaluation that has found StandBy's support significantly helps lower the risk of suicidality, mental health concerns, and social isolation for people impacted by suicide.
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Mandy Stevens Oct 10
Thank you so much to everybody for all the lovely tweaks you have sent me today. This afternoon and this evening, in honour of , I have had my phone on silent and chilled out 😌😎... I will read through the messages tomorrow xx
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Georgina Moore 📚 Oct 10
I’ve worked with a few people over recent years who struggle with their mental health. As a boss it’s not always easy to know what the right words are to use or how to help. But it seems that listening & being flexible & being kind are good places to start
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Simon Stones Oct 10
A little kindness goes a long way. So in a world where you can be anything, be kind. It costs nothing, but has the power to change lives.
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Zero Suicide Alliance Oct 10
It takes only 20 minutes to take our free suicide prevention training - and it may just save a life. Why not mark by clicking on this link?
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Dr Laura Wood Oct 10
Recently a friend asked me about undertaking a PhD with a mental health problem. (I have both a PhD in history & a mental health history.) So here are my 5 top tips. A thread.
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Judy Darcy Oct 10
We are working with all partners to build a network of integrated mental health and addiction services so young people & their families can get help early before small challenges become big ones.
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Charlotte Little Oct 10
The team also getting involved today for World Mental Health Day👏🏼🤩(with a yellow prop!) The work we do really helps young people find their direction and support them with their next step, promoting positive mental health.
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Jamie Thomas 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Oct 10
Seeing how empowered people have become to talk about mental health is superb. The steps we’ve taken as a community in recent years are huge, but there is still much to do. Whether you suffer, or care for someone who does, know there is always help out there for you.
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Danske Bank Oct 10
Our head office is purple tonight to show our support of World Mental Health Day.
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HPG Oct 10
If aid workers don’t have others helping them, how can they help anyone else? On , read our blog on simple and cost-effective preventative actions to promote before, during and after assignments:
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Judy Darcy Oct 10
To mark , help build a community where mental health is understood with openness and compassion so we can support more people on their journey to wellness.
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XUPS Oct 21
Congratulations, to our winners for the World Mental Health Day celebration. We will keep in touch with you through a private message. Let us keep talking about Mental Health🗣💚
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Working Progress Oct 23
If someone came to you asking for help with their mental health, would you know what to do? If not, you can take 's 20 min mental health training programme. Absolutely brilliant.
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Patrick Gale Oct 11
A bit late, in honour of , I‘ll post a signed and dedicated copy of Notes From an Exhibition, which touches on bipolarity, to the first tweeter who can tell me the link between Cornish psychiatry and griddle cakes.
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Ravina Oct 10
If you spent the day in somebody else’s shoes, you would be surprised by the personal battle that they’re fighting. Be mindful about how you treat other people because you never truly know what lies beneath the surface.
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Musicians' Union Oct 10
. runs a 24/7 mental health support line for anyone in the music industry. Call 0808 802 8008 for free advice & support. You do not have to suffer alone.
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One Minute Briefs Dec 9
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