In our latest blog Julie Garbett, Cygnet's Freedom to Speak Up Guardian, celebrates Freedom to Speak Up Month by sharing some of her personal Speak Up heroes.
In advance of World Mental Health Day tomorrow Dr Erica de Lange, Director for Cygnet Psychology Services (South), looks at how the pandemic has affected people's mental health, where to seek support and how to get involved in World Mental Health Day.
One in every 12 men in the UK are suffering from a mental health disorder and suicide remains the biggest cause of death for men under 35. In our latest blog we look at the impact of Covid-19 on men’s mental well-being.
With primary and secondary school children returning to school after lockdown, one thing is certain: this school year will be unlike any other. In our latest blog Dr Craig Turnbull, Lead psychologist for Cygnet Health Care’s Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service at Cygnet Hospital Bury, shares his tips for parents and carers on how to cope.
In our latest blog, Rachel, a former service user at Cygnet Delfryn Lodge, writes about how the service helped turn her life around and inspired her to help others by training to be a mental health nurse.
In our latest blog Julie Garbett, Cygnet’s new Freedom to Speak Up Guardian, talks about the importance of an open culture in health and care settings, where people are encouraged to speak up so that we can all learn, develop and improve for the benefit of everyone.