On Friday 2nd December the NHS Confederation published a report they had commissioned from the Centre of Mental Health called “No wrong door: a vision for mental health, autism and learning disability services in 2032”. Cygnet's CEO, Dr Tony Romero, has lent his support to the visions and themes outlined in the report and you can read his response below.
In our latest blog Charmaine, a resident at Hansa Lodge, talks about how schizophrenia has affected her and her ten year journey with the condition.
In recognition of International Men’s Day 2022, this is the second of two blogs written by male colleagues at Cygnet who have shared their feelings about male stereotypes growing-up. In this one Chris Stone, Group Training Manager, reflects on his upbringing and the importance of boys and men not imposing unrealistic and unfair expectations on themselves.
Saturday 19th November is International Men's Day which raises awareness of men’s well-being and highlights positive role models. This is the first of two blogs written by male colleagues at Cygnet who have shared their feelings about male stereotypes growing-up. In this one Troy Winfield, Human Resources Business Partner, writes about struggling to fit in at school and overcoming stereotypes of masculinity.
This month it is Movember, an annual event during the month of November that raises awareness of men's health issues, such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and men's suicide. In our latest blog Dr Jon Van Niekerk, Group Clinical Director, writes about why he feels it is important to get involved in Movember every year.
Today is National Stress Awareness Day. In this blog Dr Seb Thompson, Cygnet's National Psychology Lead for CAMHS Services, takes a look at stress in the workplace, how it can result in burnout and some of the things we can do to combat burnout.