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Farewell Thoughts

Donna Wade | 21st December 2018

I have had the amazing privilege of working with Phase for the past 4 years, but now it is time for me to move on and to make way for the next adventure for both Phase and for me. I joined Phase at a really exciting time as we were dreaming up and creating a new vision, all with a focus on this word Wellbeing. The opportunities and growth of the c

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Change

Sasha Austin-Seade | 19th April 2018

Ever wondered if change could be easier? If we could skip the uncomfortable part, straight to the part where it's fun again? Alas, change doesn't work like that. I'm going through a year of change in my life. The truth is as much as known these changes are coming, it hasn't made them any easier. Some of them are exciting, part of 'growing up' and

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Out with the old, in with the new

Kieran Murphy | 5th January 2018

Happy New Year! 2018 is here and there are many things to look forward to over the next 12 months, here are just a few: Commonwealth Games Fifa world cup (perhaps England will make it out of the groups stages!) The Royal Wedding (awaiting my invite) Avengers: Infinity War The Great British Bake Off (I'm told this is very popular) 1.5 days of good

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Wellbeing challenge - check your habits.

Helen Bainbridge | 24th November 2017

Habits are amazing! Don't believe me? I take it that when you left home this morning, you remembered to put your shoes on without even thinking about it. (To be fair, I forgot to take my shoes to the gym today but I was at least wearing another pair!) I'm hoping you also showered, ate breakfast and brushed your teeth. And I'm prepared to bet that

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Children's Commissioner

Kieran Murphy | 5th July 2017

Shocking report by Children’s Commissioner reveals millions of children in England living vulnerable or high risk lives On Tuesday 4th July the Children's Commissioner published some shocking findings from their recent analysis. One of the key findings states that 800,000 children aged 5 to 17 suffer mental health disorders. Unfortunately the re

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Goals and rhythms

Helen Bainbridge | 3rd February 2017

Where do you want to be in ten years’ time – or five, or even one? What do you want to have achieved by then? Is there any area of your life where you are desperate to see change - where you would be disappointed to look back in ten years and see that things have changed little if at all? This month, I have been tasked with talking about goals – s

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NHS Taskforce report

Kieran Murphy | 29th February 2016

Recently the government released the Taskforce report about the current state of mental health services across England, I would encourage you to download it and have a read yourself. Read the full report Some of the key findings and recommendations were how the NHS needs to have a more proactive approach looking at prevention. This is something th

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Day 3 - Despicable Me

Kieran Murphy | 29th July 2015

Another day, another animated movie, and this time it was Despicable Me! The key theme running through the day was about being transformed by God! For many young people, today was a day of transformation, not just through the creative response of writing down what you would like God to change and what you need Him to help you with, but also through

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