Monday 9th – 15th May 2022 represents Mental Health Awareness Week – an annual event, started 21 years ago, dedicated to raising awareness, encouraging conversations and supporting Mental Health in the UK and across the world.
“On a population-wide basis, the negative mental health effects of the pandemic are likely to last much longer than its physical health impacts. The effects of physical distancing, social isolation, and lockdown on individual mental wellbeing, as well as the loss of a loved one, increase the mental health challenges for the UK population.” – The Mental Health Foundation
Progress your knowledge of mental health and wellbeing, so you’re better equipped to manage your own mental health and support loved ones. Considering a career in counselling or psychology? Job prospects for this industry are at a high right now and are expected to rise. Getting started on one of the below courses will prepare you for a fulfilling role in this industry… Let’s become stronger, together.