We are delighted to continue with our weekly series of wellbeing videos 'Wellbeing Shorts' to help support the mental health of all in our community. 

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  • 11/01/22


    We all worry, it is normal, but we need to be aware of the impact of being bombarded by the constant stimulus for worry and focus on how we can best look after ourselves and reframe our thoughts.
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  • 05/01/22

    Sound Health

    Our relationship with sound is complex, we often hear but perhaps listen less. Have you ever considered making or manipulating a soundscape to make yourself healthier?
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  • 08/12/21

    A Brief History of Sadness

    Life is a cycle of highs and lows. The lows are useful as they provide directions to the highs. The new video out today explores the classification of sadness.
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  • 01/12/21

    What's in the Box?

    In a consumer-led world, does less actually equal more?
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  • 24/11/21


    Is it time for us to accept that efficient multitasking is a myth? Find out why we should all be monotasking more, enabling us to limit our input in this golden age of sensory overload. 
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  • 17/11/21

    Wishful Thinking

    We see things through two lenses; what we want to be true and what is actually true...How can we successfully manage this state of constant disconnect?
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  • 10/11/21


    It would be comforting to believe that the thoughts in your head have no real consequences, however, we know that this is not the case. Your thoughts are much more powerful than you may realise.
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  • 03/11/21

    The Wellbeing of Work

    This week's video explores the often misunderstood relationship between wellbeing and work.
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  • 20/10/21

    Automatic Thoughts

    You can either feed negative thoughts or you can starve them. This week we look at the potentially destructive nature of Automatic Thoughts
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  • 13/10/21


    A very insightful Wellbeing Short this week from Nathan Wells, as we look at the benefits of purposeful living. 
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  • 05/10/21

    Intellectual Wellness

    When we challenge ourselves and think hard we stimulate our brains, we learn, and our horizons are stretched. Our new wellbeing video explores intellectual wellbeing.
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  • 29/09/21


    This week Nathan Wells shares a short film called 'I had a Black Dog', helping us to understand depression and explore ways of managing depression and finding support. 
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