Looking after yourself

It’s important to us that as well as supporting your organisation, we can help you as an individual too so we’ll be adding tools, resources and signposts that you can use for yourself or direct people to if you need to.

Resilience goes hand-in-hand with self-compassion

Jeff Thompson, Ph.D. has been studying how self-compassion is necessary for our resilience, his blog 'Resilience goes hand in hand with thi...

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Public Health England launches ‘Better Health’ Campaign

This week, Public Health England has launched a major new adult health campaign to seize the opportunity for a national reset moment. Bette...

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BLOG: Staying Connected in a Virtual World

Dr Andrew Medley, Chartered Clinical Psychologist has written this BLOG looking at the realities of dealing with Covid-19. Psychologica...

Public Health England launch Psychological First Aid training

Public Health England have today (15 June 2020) launched an updated Psychological First Aid training open to all frontline and essential wo...

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Trauma Resilient Policing

In order to meet the challenges of COVID-19, Police Care UK have turned to some of the most influential and insightful voices in resilience...

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BLOG: National Diabetes Week

Liz Eades, Occupational Health Advisor to the National Police Wellbeing Service has written this blog to raise awareness of diabetes during...

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British Psychological Society – Advice for keyworkers who are parents, and their children

Psychologists from the British Psychological Society have produced guidance for key workers and their children on navigating the emotional ...

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Mindfulness Sessions

Whist working hard and dealing with the Coronavirus outbreak we need to remember to take time for ourselves. We have put together some mind...

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‘Strong evidence’ that online mindfulness training can improve your sense of wellbeing

A six-month study released today has shown that there is ‘strong evidence’ that using online mindfulness tools can help police officers...

BLOG – ‘Check and Change’ early detection of breast cancer by DS Tara McGovern

Detective Superintendent Tara McGovern is currently on sick leave, from the Metropolitan Police following a breast cancer diagnosis. In her ...