Mental Wellbeing

Coronavirus and mental wellbeing.

 

 

 

During this period of uncertainty it has an effect on each and every one of us in different ways regardless of our age, gender and health issues.

 

There is copious news releases in the media informing the general public on a daily basis.

Meanwhile we are in a lockdown and out with our normal routines and structure.

 

This can all lead to an impact on our mental wellbeing due to a number of factors and worries.

 

As a practice we have collated information on how you can support you and others within your family and friend circle.

 

The first document is produced by psychology tools and offers guidance on living with worry and anxiety amidst global uncertainty.

 

Please feel free to read this document and put its contents into practice. There is also a list of webpage addresses that offer further links, guidance, advice and support in relation to managing your mental health during this time period.

 

 

 

Should you wish to speak to the Primary Care Mental Health Nurse regarding further support then please phone the practice to make an appointment, Please note that all appointments are by telephone and not face to face.

 

 

anxiety during covid

mental health resources during covid

 

Brenda Fleming

Primary Care Mental Health Nurse.

9/4/2020

Anger 

Anxiety

Depression

Grief

Self Esteem

Sleep

Stress

 

 

Click the Links above to find out more information

Hi my name is Brenda Fleming and I am the Primary Care Mental Health Nurse based within your GP practice. My role is to provide support and guidance to individuals whose mental well being is not at its best. I came into post March 2019.

 

So how do I do that I hear you ask, well I have a range of tools, coping strategies, resources and skills. I am a qualified mental health nurse with over 36 years experience, I know I don’t look that old.....my philosophy is age is just a number it is what you do with life that counts.



My belief is about empowerment and giving you the skills, knowledge etc to manage your own mental well being. I have also at times had not so good mental well being so I have empathy as to how you may be feeling at present. I would encourage you to use the information on the GP practice website under mental health heading and /or come and speak to myself. I offer 30 minute session to deliver short term intervention work. I do not offer counselling but I can refer you to other services who can offer extra help.    

 

In my role as Primary Care Mental Health Nurse I focus on mental well being. If you have good mental wellbeing you are able to:

  • feel relatively confident in yourself and have positive self-esteem
  • feel and express a range of emotions
  • build and maintain good relationships with others
  • feel engaged with the world around you
  • live and work productively
  • adapt and manage in times of change and uncertainty. Common life events that can affect your mental wellbeing include:

But we all have times when we have low mental wellbeing, where we feel stressed, upset or find it difficult to cope.

Common life events that can affect your mental wellbeing include:

  • relationship problems

For information on how to support and address you mental well being then please follow the link below. There are other factors that can affect you mental well being and vulnerability to same.

https://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/tips-for-everyday-living/wellbeing

Alternatively feel free to make an appointment with myself for a half hour session to support you to manage your mental well being.

 



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