Supporting Mental Health

About Mental Health

Mental health is related to how well you handle stress, achieve to the best of your abilities, connect in relationships and to the community and learn and work effectively. It is experienced differently from person to person on a continuum scale.

Good mental health is when you function well and feel good. You are productive, deal with stress well and have an overall feeling of wellbeing. Poor mental health is when you have difficulties with how you think, feel, connect and respond to life’s stressors. Just because you feel your mental health is currently poor, doesn’t mean you are mentally ill. Mental illness can occur in cases when there are many patterns of poor mental health.

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Providing Mental Health Support

If you feel you currently have poor mental health, we can work together to enhance your mental health. Understanding why you are feeling less able to cope, and gaining insight into what you can do to improve how you feel whilst having my support, during this process, can enable you to reconnect with people, find purpose in your life and see a positive future ahead of you.


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