The Bank Workers Charity website offers helpful advice on areas in which you may be struggling, such as relationship issues, money worries, or your physical health. These Mind pages focus on helping you improve your mental wellbeing.
The Bank Workers Charity website offers helpful advice on areas in which you may be struggling, such as relationship issues, money worries, or your physical health. This section, Mind, focuses on helping you improve your mental wellbeing.
It is broken up into five sections – anxiety, depression, stress, addiction and resilience – with each one including a guide to the subject and an action plan for helping you to manage it. Each guide includes helpful statistics, information about recognising symptoms, and advice about where you could turn for more help. The action plans allow you to build your own to-do list that suits your circumstances. This may include booking an appointment with your GP, taking time out to talk to your colleagues, or simple steps towards improving your overall wellbeing.
Wellness Action Plans (WAPs) are for everyone, not just someone who has a problem right now. For all of us, it’s important to stay aware of our mental health work, and a WAP can help with this. This guide shows what to consider.
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