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10 tips to de-stress

Kieran Murphy | 29th March 2019

Today's blog piece is from a guest writer, David Price of Health Assured offering his top tips to de-stress. Stress is a common occurrence in our everyday life and in most cases it is manageable without the need for any drastic actions. However, if left unaddressed, stress leads to other underlying mental health issues like depression and anxiety.

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Sleep, Rest & Relaxation

Sasha Austin-Seade | 5th September 2017

We often take these three words as meaning the same thing and although they can be used together they mean completely different things. Let’s take a look at their definitions - Sleep – the natural resting state in which the body is not active and the mind does not think. Rest – to cease work or movement Relaxation – the state of being free from te

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Train the trainer!

Kieran Murphy | 9th June 2017

In the past 18-months Phase has taken incredible leaps forward in our knowledge and understanding of the issues faced by young people that is attacking their wellbeing as well as key ways to grow and improve this – emotionally, mentally, spiritually and physically. As Phase develops our thinking and knowledge we have had some exciting opportunitie

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June Wellbeing Challenge

Sasha Austin-Seade | 2nd June 2017

Hello and welcome to June, that means it’s time for another wellbeing challenge. This month it's mindfulness. The challenge 1st - Start and end each day with some meditation. Whether that is meditating on scripture, or using a guided meditation app, it’s your choice. 2nd - Each day pick a routine task and try to be more present during the activity

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Headspace

Kieran Murphy | 30th August 2016

As Phase has been developing our mental wellbeing support for young people, we have been looking at various apps and programmes that young people can engage with in their own time to help promote wellbeing and mindfulness. One of these apps is Headspace, an app that the whole team have found to be very useful. Here is how Headspace describe it: *H

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