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Mental Health & Emotional Wellbeing Education

A series of mental health and emotional wellbeing education sessions for primary care.

2022/23 Programme*:  

  • May - Social Prescribing
  • June - Older person's mental health

*programme may be subject to change

To help expand the number of people who can benefit from this teaching, each session has been recorded. All the videos are now available online. Take a look at some of the feedback we have received about previous sessions.


Resources from education sessions can be found below.
Adult Anxiety Spectrum DisordersSlides703.72 KB
Childhood Sexual Abuse - Support for AdultsSlides485.93 KB
Childhood Sexual Abuse - Support for ChildrenSlides265.63 KB
Children & Young People 's Wellbeing in CovidResource pack489.56 KB
Children, Families & Young People Resources Unknown
Consultation SkillsSlides448.96 KB
Consultation Skills & When to Refer - Dr Paul EverdenVideoUnknown
Dementia Together June 2019 1.44 MB
Diagnosis and Pharmacological Management of DepressionSlides680.88 KB
Domestic Abuse and Trauma Informed CareResource pack697.32 KB
Drugs, Alcohol & Substance MisuseSlides1.50 MB
Early Intervention in PsychosisSlides1.19 MB
Eating Disorders Guidance for GPs 174.59 KB
Eating Disorders in AdultsSlides856.52 KB
Eating Disorders in Children & Young People in primary careSlides233.32 KB
EIP: the 4 minute guide for GPsVideoUnknown
Highly Intensive Patients: What do they do? Why they do it? How do we best manage them?SlidesUnknown
IAPT Access and Referral resourceHandoutUnknown
IAPT Covid times Wellbeing Suffolk PresentationSlides418.48 KB
IAPT Social Team Wellbeing ServiceSlides1.11 MB
Improving identification of people with a learning disability guidance for general practice Unknown
LD Data for Health ChecksHandout445.19 KB
LD Pointers for Health ChecksHandout524.85 KB
LD: ACE and Primary Care Liaison Nurses presentationSlides3.57 MB
LeDeR presentation (Christine Hodby, Sally Ryan)Slides817.24 KB
Mental health education evening: ACE's and Suicide PreventionVideoUnknown
Mental health education evening: Anxiety and depression associated with COVID-19 recordingVideoUnknown
Mental health education evening: Anxiety and depression associated with COVID-19 resource packResource Pack266.18 KB
Mental health education evening: Dementia and THRIVE Unknown
Mental health education evening: Gender Dysphoria Unknown
Mental health education evening: PCN PractitionerVideoUnknown
Mental health education evening: PCN Practitioner resource packResource Pack1.73 MB
Mental health education evening: PerinatalVideoUnknown
NDD and Parenting conversationsHandout159.08 KB
NSFT Psychology in Schools - Health anxiety 1.71 MB
Online Resources Guide for General PracticeHandout997.70 KB
Online Resources Guide for General PracticeWebpageUnknown
Perinatal Mental Health Resource PackSlides437.36 KB
Personality Disorders Complex Needs PathwaySlidesUnknown
Personality Disorders Presentation - What to say and what to prescribe for EUPDSlides271.21 KB
Personality Disorders Support and Information LeafletHandout210.20 KB
SEND Presentation (Tabitha Griffin)Slides795.32 KB
Sleep - top tips for better sleep 561.12 KB
Sleep blog 106.21 KB
Sleep routines (Kooth) 121.23 KB
Sleep: Young people and sleep problemsSlides399.75 KB
SMI June 2021 Mental Health Evening resource packResource Pack495.06 KB
Suffolk Mind Emotional Needs presentationSlides2.01 MB
Suffolk Wellbeing ServiceSlides876.20 KB
Support After Suicide Amparo briefings Unknown
Tools to help with uncertainty and building resilienceSlides577.13 KB
Turning Point Intervention InformationHandout543.81 KB
Young People's Mental HealthSlides3.10 MB

Mental Health Education

The next Mental Health education evening is on 19th May at 7pm on the topic of Holistic Mental Health approaches; how social prescribing can support you and your clients. View Flyer for more details

This is part of a series of FREE educational evenings on mental health and emotional wellbeing designed for primary care practitioners across Suffolk. We have developed a full Programme for 2022/23.

To allow more people to benefit from this teaching, all sessions have been recorded. The videos are accessible to any primary care staff (most do not need a password) and are great way of doing some online learning from home. Resources from each session are also available online.

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