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Latest Worksheets

Posted by K Clark on Tuesday, February 9, 2021, In : Managing Stress 
I've been working on improving some of my existing worksheets and gradually adding a few more.  Here are the most recent additions:

Mindfulness full body scan colouring sheet

The idea of this is to combine the mindful body scan, where you work your attention down your body from your head to your toes 'checking in'.  While you do this the colouring sheet provides a place to record how you are feeling, for instance, where you are holding tension, where you feel pain or discomfort and also where i...

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Six Steps to Maintaining Mental Wellbeing During the Winter Months

Posted by K Clark on Tuesday, November 1, 2016, In : Building Structure 
As the seasons change and we move towards winter many people can struggle with their mood and motivation. This is in part due to changes in light levels and intensity.  Also many find the run up to Christmas stressful and we are often more prone to winter bugs like flu.  This is why it is important to make an extra effort to be kind to yourself and take extra care of your mental and physical wellbeing.

1. Sunlight & light therapy
During the winter months the days will shorten in the lead up t...

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Depression Awareness Week 2015: The Benefits of Using Mood Diaries

Posted by K Clark on Tuesday, April 21, 2015, In : Asking for Help 
As it is Depression Awareness Week I thought it may be helpful to share some tips on how mood diaries can be used and how they can help to monitor and manage a mental health condition such as depression. 

What are Mood Diaries?
Mood diaries are a form of record or log of your mood throughout the day over a period of time.  They can be kept over a short period of just a week or two or as an ongoing tool for for monitoring a longer term condition.  Mood diaries can be kept in a variety of format...

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About Me

Katherine Clark I am experienced mental health worker with 15 years experience working with young people and adults with enduring mental health needs. I have set up this blog to share some of the tips and skills I have learnt along the way. If you have any suggestions or particular questions you would like me to answer feel free to email me at [email protected]

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