Activities to improve your wellbeing

 

Whether you’re feeling low, anxious or actually, you’re in a good place right now – we can all do things every day to support our mental wellbeing, like practising self-care. This will mean different things to different people, but essentially this covers any activity that you enjoy that doesn’t have a negative effect on you (like too much scrolling on social media!).

You may also find it useful to view our Wellbeing support for all Gloucestershire citizens page. If you feel like you need some extra support, there are lots of free, confidential services that can help, see Who can I talk to? for more information.

  • Check out Kooth’s activity hub (it’s free to sign up!). Kooth is a service designed for young people age 11-18 living in Gloucestershire, where you can get free anonymous counselling online, chat with other young people, find self-help articles and more
  • Check out Mind's self-care suggestions
  • The Mix have put together a guide to self care
  • Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families have collated a list of strategies that you can use to help manage your wellbeing

Page updated: 21/09/2020 Page updated by: Communications

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