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Optimising Mental Health in the Workplace

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Weekly topic sheets

The 12 sessions below are founded on 5-factor cognitive behavioural therapy and are presented in a clear and easily understood way.

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1. Sleep

Getting a good night’s sleep is one of the most helpful things you can do, and yet a surprising number of people find it very difficult to do.
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2. Identify your talents and nurture them

The paradox about talents is that they are almost invisible to their owners; but it works well for you if you can become aware of them and use them.
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3. Develop good relationships

The human species is fundamentally a social one, so relationships, or the lack of them, can be overwhelmingly important. There are rules.
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4. Steer your thoughts in good directions

Some people give themselves a depressing or worrying 'commentary' on their life, others train themselves to give and upbeat energising one.
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5. Take regular daily exercise

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) says that exercise is one of the important factors for us, but what sort - and how can we keep it up?
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6. Develop your principles and live by them

Although it sounds very theoretical, the benefits of deciding what principles you want to live by and then actively living by them are very real indeed.
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7. Listen to music that does you good

How to capitalise on the fact that music has massive effects on us, either good or bad depending on what the music is.
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8. Actively work to solve problems

Often enough, we have real problems to solve, and it is important to know how to work out good solutions.
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9. Eating well

Eating healthily is as important for our mental health as for our physical well-being.
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10. Have some fun

There are lots of things that go towards building a rewarding life, and having some fun is one of them.
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11. Nurture your most intimate relationship

It turns out that nurturing our single most intimate relationship is about the best thing we can do for our mental health - and physical health too.
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12. Consider mindfulness

Being mindful of what is in you and around you, whilst not necessarily striving to do anything about it.
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Below are the other resources that you need

Weekly Observation Sheet

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Core Values

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Mood Record

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Registration Form

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Feedback Form

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Attendance Certificate

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Folder Cover: Option 1 (Original)

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Folder Cover: Option 2 (Beach)

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Folder Cover: Option 3 (Desert)

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Folder Cover: Option 4 (Stones)

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Folder Spines

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Delegate Certificate

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Referral Form

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Monitoring Request Form

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Advertising Poster Example

Download an example poster, where you can see what information can be updated for your sessions. Once you know the information that you would like to be included, simply email office@moodmaster.co.uk and we will amend the poster for you.
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"This group is amazing; I have benefitted from it so much. It has helped me cope with my mental health problems, and everything I have learned will continue to help me for the rest of my life. I would recommend this course to anyone with mental health problems and even people just generally having difficulty day-to-day. Thank you."

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