How Partnership Working Impacts UK Holistic Support Programs

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Childhood Mental Illness: How Parents can Spot Early Signs and Access Help

Children in the UK are facing a mental health crisis.

Last year alone over 50,000 children and young people contacted Childline seeking help for severe mental health problems, and the Children's Commissioner estimates that as many as 800,000 children are battling other kinds of mental illnessA recent survey conducted by the NASUWT union showed that ...

Topics: Children's mental health

Polly Morgan
By Polly Morgan
December 15, 2017
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Peer support is vital in mental health recovery

There are a lot of buzzwords regarding mental health recovery that are bandied around. Mental health and wellbeing has never been bigger in the national media with the Young Royals championing the cause with their hugely successful Heads Together campaign.

Topics: Bridge Blog

Polly Morgan
By Polly Morgan
December 6, 2017
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Mental health initiatives from around the world

Mental health deserves global attention. Did you know that approximately one in four adults will experience a diagnosable mental illness during their lifetime?

Topics: Bridge Blog

Polly Morgan
By Polly Morgan
October 25, 2017
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Mental Health Awareness and Support in the Workplace

With World Mental Health Day happening today (you can see the Mental Health at Work report here), we at Bridge want to highlight an area close to our hearts, one that has been getting a fair amount of press lately but deserves so much more.

Topics: Mental Health, Workplace Wellness

Raymond Sheehy
By Raymond Sheehy
October 10, 2017
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Dealing with bereavement

All of us have to find our own ways of dealing with bereavement. One of mine was to start writing poetry.

Topics: Bridge Blog

Jonathan Stedall
By Jonathan Stedall
August 1, 2017
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Strategies for Living with Bipolar disorder

Who am I? I’m Jude or Judith Critchley.  I have a passion for life, for mental health for speaking out.  I have a good life now.  It can be variable depending on my stress levels.  With Bipolar, stress can adversely affect me more quickly than other people.  However I can still function and enjoy life.

Topics: Bipolar Disorder

Judith Critchley
By Judith Critchley
July 18, 2017
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How Partnership Working Impacts UK Holistic Support Programs

Our long-time supporters know us as a devoted follower of the methodology of partnership working. One of the main reasons for adopting partnership working is that it allows us to reach a greater number of people with a more holistic service.

Topics: featured blog header, recommended, Bridge Blog, Mental Health, holistic wellbeing, partnership working

Raymond Sheehy
By Raymond Sheehy
June 27, 2017
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Partnership Working in Health and Social Care: The Bridge Perspective

Bridge believes that a holistic approach to wellbeing is required for tackling the UK’s wildfire of chronic illnesses. As Dr Brock Chisholm, the first Director-General of the World Health Organisation (1948–1953) famously said, “without mental health there can be no true physical health.” While mental and physical health are important elements of...

Topics: featured blog header, recommended, Bridge Blog, Mental Health, holistic wellbeing, partnership working

Raymond Sheehy
By Raymond Sheehy
June 15, 2017
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Tools for Recovery from Mental Illness

Outside the usual gloom and crisis of global politics and war there seems to be a steady stream of talk in the media in the UK, and arguably around other Western nations, of the need for us to focus on our mental health and happiness.

Topics: Bridge Blog

Oliver Chittenden
By Oliver Chittenden
May 17, 2017
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How a Holistic View of Health & Wellbeing Brightens the UK’s Future

Few, if any, modern-day healthcare professionals in the UK would refute the intimate link between depression and chronic physical illness. 

Topics: featured blog header, recommended, Bridge Blog, Mental Health, holistic wellbeing

Raymond Sheehy
By Raymond Sheehy
May 16, 2017
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