Every now and then, it's good to give yourself a wellbeing check-up. Think about whether you're feeling ok, or if you're not doing so great and need some help.
No matter where we work, or what healthcare or social care job we do, we've all had to deal with extra pressures lately. Stress can rise and fall and busy people working in health and social care often just power through, for lots of reasons.
The first step to managing your wellbeing is to recognise how you're feeling. Then, assess whether it's under control, whether you can handle it yourself, or if you need some support. These easy to use charts can help.
If you're scoring a few ambers, or if you want quick ways to improve your wellbeing, try the self-help tips below.
If you're scoring ambers and reds, or need a chat, call our Wellbeing Line and we'll contact you to offer you free, confidential psychological support.
Download the self-monitoring chart, to use it again another day, send to a colleague, or use in a wellbeing conversation.
Always dial 999 in an emergency or, to contact the Police in a non-emergency, use 101.