Mental Health Awareness Week 2022

We’re here to make your job that little bit easier. This year’s theme is Loneliness.
Download all the latest resources for this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week to share with your employees!

Building Connections

Check out the resources below to help you build connections with the people around you.

Building Your Support Network

Identifying the people you can go to for support is so important. Download this resource to help you do this!

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How To Talk About Mental Health

Mental Health can be hard to talk about, you can use this guide to help navigate those difficult conversations.


Connecting with Yourself

When we connect with ourselves, we get to know ourselves better and become aware of who we are and what we are capable of – better understanding ourselves and others. Remember you can’t pour from an empty cup.

Ways to Invest in Your Mental Health

Explore all of the different ways that you can invest
in your mental health today!

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3 Breathing Techniques to Try...

Connecting to your mind and body can help reduce stress and anxiety. Here’s a step-by-step guide for 3 breathing techniques you can use.


Everymind mental health support directory

If we don’t tackle mental health stigma, everything else falls short. In this report, we uncover data that reveals why this must remain a key priority to improve workplace wellbeing.

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10 Easy Workplace Wellbeing Activity Ideas…

Scratching your head not knowing what to do? Here are 10 suggestions...

  1. Have a ‘Tea & Talk’ session where employees are encouraged to take a proper break to chat with their colleagues
  2. Provide ‘Good Mood Food’ as healthy snacks on the day (e.g. avocados, nuts, seeds, fruit, vegetables etc.)
  3. Encourage movement – run a virtual exercise session (e.g. yoga) for all employees to take part in
  4. Advertise where employees can seek support for mental health using the Everymind at Work Mental Health Support Directory
  5. Have a mental health quiz to see how much your employees really know about mental health
  6. Run some lunch and learn sessions on understanding mental health and how to improve it
  7. Partake in a group challenge or activity for charity – this encourages teamwork whilst doing something for a good cause
  8. Run ‘take a break’ sessions with your teams, e.g. a 5-minute stretch at your desk or a team walk
  9. Create digital wellbeing packs for your employees, using the resources presented above and on the Everymind at Work website
  10. Share a statement about the organisations perspective on mental health – why are you supporting it, why it is important and what you are doing/going to do going forward