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Your G.P is the best first point of call to discuss your mental wellbeing.
You can also request to see the G.P Mental Health Lead.

Mental Health Conditions

Mind have produced information around a range of mental health conditions

Here are some common mental health conditions local to the South West:

Self-Harm Suicidal Feelings Personality Disorder Depression

 

This video shows people talking about their experiences of self-harm:

 

Creative

This site lets you use your natural creative skills to maintain and improve your wellbeing. Pick from dozens of creative activities designed by experts in the fields of art and health.

Start2 – Live life more creatively

Films and animations

This short film by Oriel Berkovits explores depression.

Here are some other films and animations:

www.storypick.com/mental-disorder-short-films/

Apps

Brighton & Hove Mind have produced a list of relevant apps.

How to support someone else to seek help

Can you make someone get help with their mental health? Watch Mind’s film for advice:

 

National Mind

Time to Change

Personalisation

Personalisation is a way of making sure that individuals have more choice and control over the services that they receive. 

If you haven’t got a Personal Budget it is worth asking your Care Co-ordinator to see if you are eligible to have one. 

If you are eligible you will be provided with support to explore what you need to increase your wellbeing and fulfilment. When you have been through the assessment process and you have identified what your needs are, you will be told the amount of your Personal Budget. 

You can be quite creative in how you use the money to meet your needs, and it is possible to split it between several types of services and even to buy items that support your progress. You can get 1-1 support from Bath Mind, or book on one of our courses using your personal budget.

Sectioning

Here is an informative clip about what happens with sectioning:

Time to Change

The Time to Change website is a useful and informative site with resources you can print and use; films and animations as well as resources to develop and deliver your own mental health awareness awareness sessions in the workplace, schools and community. www.timetochange.org.uk

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