Supporting Teams and Colleagues

Across the health and social care sectors, the value of being part of a strong, supportive team is hard to overstate. They can help you perform at your best, and be there for you when you feel at your worst.

On this page you’ll find a selection of our resources aimed at helping you look out for those around you, as well as some mentoring and leadership opportunities you can signpost them to.

Psychologically safe workplaces

What is psychological safety? We’re all familiar with the frustration of sitting in a virtual meeting and trying to speak up, only to find you’ve forgotten to uncheck the dreaded...

Managing Trauma-Informed Services

What are trauma-informed services? The phrase ‘Trauma-Informed’ has become increasingly popular, with many organisations aspiring to become trauma-informed or deliver trauma-informed practice. But what does the phrase ‘trauma-informed’ actually mean?...

Tips for supporting your peers

For a printable version of these tips, Download PDF here. Knowing what to say to someone you think is struggling can be tricky. These are our tips to help you...

Leading to Change

Leading your staff with kindness and compassion is important – it can help boost their wellbeing as well as their motivation. If you are interested in developing your leadership skills,...

Psychological First Aid in the Workplace

Psychological First Aid (PFA) has formed the basis of our collective response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Dr Paula Easton and Sarah Phillips will help you to understand PFA and how...

Coaching for Wellbeing – a digital coaching service for all health and social care staff 

What is Coaching for Wellbeing? Coaching for wellbeing provides a safe, confidential and supportive space to help reflect, explore feelings, thoughts and behaviours, and think about how to build resilience...

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