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The Cellar Trust has developed a new Mental Health and Wellbeing Training Platform in collaboration with Living Well and a network of voluntary, community and public sector training providers from across the Bradford district.
The platform hosts and signposts to a wide range of training resources available across the district and designed to support mental health and wellbeing, enabling individuals and organisations to choose the ones that best support their needs.
Healthy minds services in Bradford District and Craven
Mental health and wellbeing services are still open in Bradford District and Craven to help people of all ages keep their minds healthy during this difficult time. You'll find more information about the services, and various helplines, in this flyer.
Learning from staff experiences of Covid-19
This blog 'Learning from staff experiences of Covid-19: let the light come streaming in' by Stephen Singleton (The King's Fund) is a really interesting eight minute read. Stephen Singleton looks back over the past three months and discusses how health and social care staff have transformed the way they work and the way services are delivered, despite the terrible circumstances.
Support for our primary care colleagues
These resources for primary care colleagues include offers around: mindfulness sessions, personal wellbeing and resilience; one-to-one psychological support; and expert guides.
Psychological helpline for staff – sponsored by BDCFT
To support staff with the challenge of Covid-19, the Trust has set up a BDCFT helpline for our staff, alongside primary care and care home staff. The helpline is available 8am to 6pm, Monday to Friday. This is a confidential helpline supported by highly qualified and experienced psychological therapists. Staff can contact the helpline in confidence at any time by phone on: 01274 251909 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org The helpline is set up to listen to your experiences and support you to get connected to what you need. All callers remain anonymous and no personal details will be kept.
This briefing paper 'Trauma, mental health and coronavirus' from the
Centre for Mental Health is a really good read. It explores the ideas of collective trauma and healing, and what the process of recovery may look like.