Mind’s ‘Keeping Well’ booklet gives practical advice on dealing with stress, staying active, and sleeping well.
Our Head of Counselling, Faith Wilson, has given her top tips for helping people to cope emotionally with redundancy and support their mental health.
Once you understand the five stages of job loss grief, you can try to make sense of what you’re feeling and learn what to do as you prepare for your next steps.
These six tips will help you to build your confidence up enough to step into your next role knowing your talent and worth, and find your true calling.
If you’re dealing with redundancy or job loss, it’s vital that you take the time to address the potential impact that unemployment may have on your mental health and reach out for help if you need it. You’ll find helpful resources, professional support, and services that can help you here.
If you’ve been made redundant later in life, you have the opportunity to reflect on what will make you happy moving forward. We’ve spoken to some people who were faced with job loss over the age of 50 but went on to find joy and fulfillment, to find out exactly how they did it.
When out of work, it’s important to stick to a routine; these ten tips should keep you focused and busy whilst making the most of your time so that you can seize any opportunity that comes your way.