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Workplace

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How can we help?

Counselling can help you make sense of what is happening in your workplace, whether you're working full-time or part-time, and whether you've an issue with your workload, relationship problems with colleagues, bullying or harassment, work/life balance, or when work is affecting your mood. Learn to develop coping strategies and how to challenge difficult scenarios.

Useful websites:

We don't want anyone to know say depressed academics. . .

In May 2014 The Guardian wrote an article about how academics keep their mental health problems hidden from colleagues, part of their "Mental Health: a university crisis" series.

WALES - BACP Political Monitoring Brief

Some recent updates:

  • Wales TUC. Workplace Mental Health - Wales TUC delegates unanimously back Usdaw's call for action on mental health
  • Welsh Government. Clinical Trials - Benefits of clinical trials celebrated in Wales.
  • Welsh Government. Welsh Health Survey - “People must take responsibility for their own lifestyle choices” - Mark Drakeford.