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Winter can be a difficult time of year of some colleagues. For others it is a time of reflection and peace. We are here right through December for you and your colleagues. You are not alone – a Wellbeing Advisor can chat with you Monday to Saturday 8am to 8pm.

We have lots of ways to support you this month. Take a look….

Your Digital Winter Wellbeing Calendar

Support yourself throughout the month of December with your environmentally friendly, digital winter wellbeing calendar. Open up a door every day to find all the things you need for your wellbeing this winter.  You can access daily wellbeing tips, ideas, practical support and much more…

Thursday 8 December 12:00pm-12:30pm – Mindful colouring  

Join Sacha for half an hour of creativity, conversation and reflection. Mindful colouring allows us to become more aware of the moment and reflect on our feelings and thoughts.

Bring along some pencils or pens and your KWNEL reflective journal, a colouring book, some paper or download and print our mindful colouring pages ahead of the session below.

Download our colouring book.

Thursday 15 December 12:30pm-1:00pm – Journalling to keep well  

Writing and journalling have been used as a tool for healing for hundreds of years. Join Sacha to discover the benefits translating your thoughts and feelings into written words can offer. 

Bring along a pen and your KWNEL reflective journal, some paper or download and print our journalling pages ahead of the session below.

Download our reflective journal.

National Grief Awareness Week 

Experiencing death, bereavement, grief and/or loss can affect people in different ways. This Grief Awareness Week we are taking the opportunity to share all the different forms of support available to you to support you through these experiences.  
 
Click here for more information about the bereavement support available to you.

Mindfulness 

As a health or social care professional, your emotional wellbeing is as important as the wellbeing of the people you care for.

We can get caught up in our thoughts without stopping to notice how those thoughts are driving our emotions and behaviour. Mindfulness helps you to be more aware of your thoughts and feeling.  Mindfulness involves paying attention to what is going on inside and outside yourself, moment by moment. Paying attention to the sights, sounds, smells and tastes of the present moment.

Download our infographic with simple ‘Tips on how to be more Mindful.’    

Take time to care for you and join one of our regular Mindfulness sessions, led by KWNEL Clinical Lead, Tony.

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