This week is Mental Health Awareness Week and is coordinated by the Mental Health Foundation. The theme for the week is “Surviving or Thriving”. The single most important message coming out of this week is that it’s OK to be not OK! I would like to encourage you to stop and think about your own mental health and how you really feel. Celebrities are being seen all over social media this week talking about their own experiences of poor mental health – periods in their lives where they found it hard to deal with their emotional distress. But you don’t have to be famous to talk about how you feel. In my experience, the single most important factor in overcoming emotional distress is to talk about it. Talk to a trusted friend or family member or seek professional help. It’s good to talk!
- Accessing Counselling in 202219th January 2022 - 5:24 pm
As we move into 2022, if you are looking for counselling in Lancaster, I’m glad that you have found me at Well Life Counselling. I can offer you counselling either in person or online via Zoom or similar. I’m specifically trained to deliver online counselling – work I undertook at the onset of the pandemic […]