Resource description: Guidance to support anyone who is experiencing anxiety during this time, including how to recognise that you may be anxious and what can help when you feel anxious, produced by the Tavistock Trauma Service at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust. Wellbeing Quiz Profile: #LessInterested Link to resource: Read or download the PDF Topic: Anxiety Audience: Everyone Resource format: PDF
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Resource description: Psychology Tools’ guide provides helpful information about worry and anxiety and a range of self-help tools you can use to look after your wellbeing during this time of global uncertainty. Wellbeing Quiz Profile: #LessInterested Link to resource: Read or download the PDF Topic: Anxiety and Worry Audience: Everyone Resource format: PDF
Tavistock&Portman · The Second Wave Dr Jo Stubley, is a Consultant Medical Psychotherapist, Psychoanalyst and Lead Clinician for the Tavistock Trauma Service. She speaks to quite a few aspects of what people might be feeling at the moment, and the need for that experience to be recognised, validated, and for there to be some sense that there is interest, support and understanding for what this situation demands of you on our behalf. Wellbeing Quiz Profile: #RelivingTrauma
Tavistock&Portman · On Grumpiness Lydia Hartland-Rowe is a Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist and Portfolio Manager for Psychological Therapies for the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust. Here Lydia discusses something we are recognising about where we are in relation to the pandemic and in the face of what is coming, an increased tendency towards irritation and anger, or as the podcast say, grumpiness. Feeling that way at times, at the moment, makes sense and while it might at moments […]
Tavistock&Portman · Grounding Breathing Practice To Cultivate Relaxation And Gratitude Jane O’Rourke offers a breathing practice to help relaxation and gratitude. Research shows that cultivating gratitude is helpful for stress and anxiety and for appreciating the good things we have in our lives, whatever the difficulties. Jane O’Rourke is a Yoga and Meditation Teacher, and a Psychodynamic Psychotherapist with Children, Young People and Families. She teaches Yoga4Trauma within the Trauma Service at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust. Wellbeing […]
Tavistock&Portman · Junior staff experiences during a global pandemic Neelam Solanki is an Assistant Psychologist working within the National i-THRIVE Programme Team at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust, and has also been working on Together in Mind. Neelam shares her experiences of being a relatively junior member of staff through periods of great change and uncertainty, and its impact on her wellbeing and future.
Tavistock&Portman · Supporting Social Work Students During COVID-19: Stories from (the) Frontline Henry Smith is a Principle Practice Tutor with Frontline. Henry discusses how Frontline have supported social work students during the pandemic, and the way students and colleagues creatively adapted to new ways of working.
Tavistock&Portman · The Value of Sport and Exercise During the Pandemic Charlie Beaumont is a Consultant Child Psychotherapist at the Tavistock Clinic and Head of Psychotherapy in Islington CAMHS. Charlie reflects on the impact of COVID and the lockdown period on the experience of, and enjoyment of sport. Wellbeing Quiz Profile: #DoingOkay
Tavistock&Portman · A view from Children's Social Care Nimal Jude is a Practice Development Lead at the Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE). Nimal discusses the blurring of boundaries between work and home life during the pandemic and the positive and negative emotions it can illicit in social care staff. She also shares 3 quick ways to support our emotional resilience throughout the day.
Tavistock&Portman · The rise of “Moral Injury” in NHS workers Dr Sarah Appleton is a Clinical Psychologist working in Employee Health for Central London Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust. Sarah raises our awareness of the concept of “moral injury”, and how to support staff to effectively prepare for, identify, and manage potentially morally injurious events. Sarah references the recent paper titled “COVID-19 and experiences of moral injury in front-line key workers” authored by Williamson, Murphy and Greenberg (2020). Wellbeing Quiz […]