It is important to prioritise healthy things that help you to feel good. Having a grasp on your emotional health and wellbeing will help with how you think, feel and relate to yourself, others and the world around you. This is a powerful way that you can create the best version of yourself and your life.
Your mind matters to us so let us give you the right tools and services to aid you on your journey to a better outlook on life and to improve your mood.
We can help in many different ways:
- FREE 12 week healthy lifestyle workshops which include sessions on self-care, mindfulness, sleep and relaxation
- Help you to access specialised support and counselling services
- Provide links for free self-care guides and tools
Our dedicated team of trained healthy lifestyle specialists are here to support you. We will tailor the advice and support we can offer to provide the right help for You.
In Walsall the emphasis is on ‘eight ways to wellbeing’.
This includes the five as recommended by the NHS:
- Be connected
- Be Physically Active
- Learn new skills
- Pay attention (be mindful)
As well as three more in Walsall:
Spending time in green space or bringing nature into your everyday life can benefit both your mental and physical wellbeing. For example, doing things like growing food or flowers, exercising outdoors or being around animals can have lots of positive effects.
ARE YOU ABLE TO TAKE PART?
If you live, work or are registered with a GP in Walsall, you are eligible to use any of our healthy lifestyle support services.
We also welcome opportunities to come to your workplace, health or social care provider or community organisation to deliver a full healthy lifestyle programme, which includes self-care advice for your emotional health and wellbeing.
HOW CAN YOU TAKE PART?
OTHER OPPORTUNITIES IN WALSALL
Emotional Wellbeing and Behaviour Pathway Toolkit
Walsall Mental Health Information Hub
Black Country Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
WHAT OUR SERVICE USERS SAY
“ Just by speaking to you today has made me feel better as I didn’t know where to start ”
“ A really caring service, I felt listened to and was given support and specific information on where to get the help and the confidence to seek it. My GP just gave me a leaflet ”
“ I have social anxiety and depression. I find it difficult to interact. My healthy lifestyle specialist was encouraging and supportive. I have found the online workbooks really helpful. I can take things at my own pace to work through it ”
In the meantime, there are several apps and sites for you to utilise. See a few of our favourites below:
Calm is the #1 app for sleep and meditation. Join the millions experiencing better sleep, lower stress, and less anxiety.
Let’s Meditate App
A very straightforward approach to guided meditation
Find Out What Mindfulness Can Do for You In Just 3 Minutes a Day
SAM: Self-help for Anxiety Management App
SAM is a friendly app that offers a range of self-help methods for people who are serious about learning to manage their anxiety
Rethink Mental Illness