Mental wellbeing - healthy workplaces

Mental wellbeing can be thought of as "feeling good and functioning well". It is about how we are able to cope with the normal stresses of life, have positive relationships with the people around us, and can work productively and fruitfully.

Mental wellbeing

Information for staff

Evidence shows that the actions we take and the way we think have the biggest impact on our wellbeing. It can help to think about "being well" as something you do, rather than something you are.

The more you put in, the more you are likely to get out.

Here are some suggestions and ideas to help to you find the right approach for you:




Local services and follow-up contact details

  • Physical activity
    Physical and mental wellbeing are closely related. Have a look at some of the opportunities and ideas to increase your level of physical activity and enjoyment.

Information for employers

The workplace environment can have a positive impact on the health and wellbeing of the people who work there when certain conditions are met. We know that many employers in Northamptonshire already do a lot to keep their workforce healthy, happy and motivated.

Learn2b offer bespoke training and development sessions to local businesses.

National good practice guidance is available via:

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Our fostering and adoption information evening is tonight at 6.30pm. If you have been thinking about adoption or fostering please pop along and find o...

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Today we are celebrating World Social Work Day #WSWD2018 recognising the incredible work of our social workers here in #Northamptonshire.

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Our next fostering and adoption information evening is this Wednesday 21st March at 6.30pm. We would love to see you there.

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@PHE_UK’s #actfast campaign reminds individuals of the main signs of #stroke and urges the public who notice any one of the signs in themselves or others to call 999, even if they are not sure. Do you know the signs?

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Council response to inspection report

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