Tag: mental health

Change 100 internship programme 2020

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Change 100 is Leonard Cheshire’s programme of paid summer work placements, development and mentoring. It’s designed to support the career development of talented university students and recent graduates with any disability or long-term health condition, such as: Physical disabilities Sensory disabilities Mental health conditions Learning disabilities or difficulties e.g. dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD Other long-term health …

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Why work in mental health?

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This week is Mental Health Awareness Week, with World Mental Health Day taking place on the 10th October. The focus on Mental Health in the UK has grown exponentially in the last few years, and rightly so! The government, the NHS, charities, businesses, and education providers are responding by investing more and more in time, …

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Mental Health support for new graduates by Lynda Guttenberg

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Today is World Mental Health Day. To mark this day Careers have spoken to Lynda Guttenberg, HR Generalist at global telecoms company Ericsson, about mental health support for new graduates as well as her career in HR: Dear Lynda, thank you for speaking with us!  What’s your role at Ericsson? I am an HR Generalist, …

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How to deal with anxiety about your future

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Leaving University can be a scary time for most people. Feeling anxious about your future is completely natural, but it’s important to know how to deal with this and make productive steps. Fortunately, there are several different options available, so you’ll always find something that’s suited to you. It’s important not to rush your decision …

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