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Wellbeing Resources

During our MHFA England training, wellbeing workshops and through our conversations with delegates, we often get asked for resources on where to refer people if they are seeking more support. With this in mind, we wanted to share some useful articles, videos and places that you can check out to find more information.


1.        The Truth about Mental Health First Aid


This webinar is a great introduction to the world of mental health at work. In the webinar, it explores:

1. What does the term 'mental health' really mean?

2. The impact of mental health on the workplace.

3. MHFA what it is and importantly, what it is not.

4. Where MHFA sits within the ISO 45003:2021 standard for psychological health and safety at work.

5. Best practices for MHFA recruitment and ongoing support.


To watch the full video, click HERE.


2.        Mindful Musings: How to get your daily D.O.S.E of Happiness


On International Day of Happiness (20 March) this year, our expert speakers shared insights on the importance of dopamine, oxytocin, serotonin and endorphins in achieving a happier, more joyful life. Take a few moments to check out the video and learn more.

To watch the full video, click HERE.


3.        A guided Body Scan


One of the core foundations of mindfulness practice. Take just 12 minutes out of your day and let me guide you through this mindfulness meditation. Click HERE to listen to the meditation.


4.        Guided G.L.A.D mindfulness practice


Take 5 minutes away from your desk to listen to this GLAD (Gratitude, Learning, Accomplishment and Delight) mindfulness practice. It will help you to focus on what went well in your day and is a great way to help your mind switch off at the end of a busy day. Click HERE to listen to the guided mindfulness practice.


5.        Guided F.O.F.B.O.C mindfulness practice


If you are having a busy day, take just a few minutes away from your desk to enjoy this simple practice. It will help you to re-focus your attention with a F.O.F.B.O.C mindful practice by simply paying attention to your feet on the floor and your body on the chair. Click HERE to listen to the mindfulness practice.


6.        Helpful Resources:

If you are looking for support with your mental wellbeing, there are many places you can turn to for help:


  • Make an apt with your GP.

  • Access your Employee Assistance Programme (EAP).

  • Call the Samaritans on 116 123. 

  • Text SHOUT to 85258.

  • Call Talking Therapies.

  • Check out: Mind and The Mental Health Foundation for useful articles, hints and tips.

  • To offer support to young people, visit Young Minds.

7. Additional Resources

Over recent months we have been preparing some useful resources to help you start the conversation in your organisation, we cover the following topics please get in touch to request your copy:

  • Digital Wellbeing

  • Measuring the Impact of your Wellbeing Strategy

  • Menopause and Sleep

  • Stress Awareness

  • The Benefits of Movement on Mental Wellbeing

  • Tips to Manage Christmas Spending

  • Winter Workplace Wellbeing

If you would like a discovery call to discuss how we can bring MHFA and mental health wellbeing training to your organisation, please get in touch or email


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