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  1. Be Well, Feel Well blog: Emotional Connection – February

    February is Emotional Connection: Sharing an emotional connection with another being, whether it’s a partner, close friend or relative, colleague or pet, is essential for mental health and wellbeing. And losing a person we are close to, human or animal, is distressing. Warning signs which arise…
  2. Be Well, Feel Well: Control

    Control, one of the 12 'emotional needs', is the focus in January to help you look after your mental health and wellbeing. To meet the need for control, we need to feel that we have some say over our lives and personal choices. It can…
  3. Request Emotional Wellbeing Leaflets for your school/setting

    The below emotional wellbeing leaflets are available to download or request copies of to help signpost families and young people to mental health support services in Suffolk. Please email thesource@suffolk.gov.uk if you would like to request copies of these leaflets. Emotional wellbeing leaflets for families and young…
  4. Children's Mental Health Week 2023 (6th-12th February)

    This week is ‘Children’s Mental Health Week’, which raises awareness of the importance of children’s mental health, encouraging children and young people to talk about how they are feeling and to seek support. This year’s theme for Children’s Mental Health Week is ‘Let’s Connect’, which…
  5. Suffolk Information Partnership

    The Suffolk Information Partnership (SIP) is a network of organisations supporting people in Suffolk with information and services around care, health and wellbeing. We meet regularly to share updates on our services and discuss topics of interest so that we can work together in a more coordinated…
  6. Trauma

    This page provides information and support about Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders (PTSD)  Overview of Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)  PTSD is an anxiety disorder caused by experiencing or witnessing a  stressful, frightening or distressing event or serious injury.  Any situation that a person finds traumatic can cause PTSD. Symptoms of PTSD can include: flashbacks, reoccurring…
  7. Staying Mentally Well

    This page provides information about looking after your emotional wellbeing and mental health, and where you can get advice and support. How to look after your mental health  We all have mental health! "Good mental health is a general feeling of happiness where we can…
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