Support for mental, health, well being and happiness during Covid19

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Qwell is an easily accessible online well-being service for adults in need of mental health support.

Qwell supports adults who are struggling with their mental health. Some people may be struggling with social determinants such as smoking, bad housing or unemployment. Some are carers and some are living with entrenched problems or long-term conditions; others are coping with anxiety or depression. Adults accessing Qwell can do so without the waiting lists or thresholds often associated with traditional services. They can join online peer support communities or access self-help materials once registered.

This service is available county wide. Please click on the following link to register and for further information:

Before the global COVID-19 pandemic the Rock Pool organisation had been developing and piloting a new group programme for parents: SPACE: Supporting Parents And Children Emotionally.

This is a programme for all parents with the aim of providing information using trauma awareness about children’s and adult’s emotional behaviour. Due to covid 19 this has been formatted into a series of factsheets that you may find helpful. 

Useful websites and ideas

Activities to support good mental health and mindfulness 


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