New Wellbeing Action Plan for life after lockdown

July 13 2020

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Life is gradually starting to return to normal following lockdown and many of us now have the opportunity to go back to work for the first time in months.

However, the coronavirus pandemic has brought about enormous change for us all and a lot of uncertainty still lies ahead.

To help support you through this, we have developed a Wellbeing Action Plan focusing on life after lockdown. Inspired by the Mary Ellen Copeland’s Wellness Recovery Action Plan, an evidence-based system used worldwide to support people’s mental health, this plan provides a personalised, practical tool to support your mental wellbeing.

The plan consists of questions to help you reflect on your current mental health in a productive way, as well as tips and tools to help you deal with times ahead. Whether you have a mental health issue or not, it’s vital to still look after your mental wellbeing, especially during this period of uncertainty and loss (whether that be bereavement, loss of job or loss of social connections).

If you’re going back to work and are concerned about changes in the workplace, or if you’re continuing to stay at home, this plan can help give you a helping hand to support you in practising self-compassion and being kind to yourself.

Download a copy of the plan

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