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The NHS recommends five ways to help improve your mental health and wellbeing. These approaches are all aligned with Buddhist beliefs and teachings.

The Five Ways to Wellbeing & Buddhism has been designed in collaboration with members of London’s Buddhist communities, with the support of The Buddhist Society and in consultation with the Network of Buddhist Organisations.

Click on the link to Read the full Five ways to good mental wellbeing & Buddhism leaflets in various languages

Looking to help spread the word about Good Thinking and our Buddhism resources for Londoners in your organisation? Simply download the free resources for our campaign below!

Five ways to good mental wellbeing & Buddhism Communications Toolkit

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The Five Ways to Wellbeing & Hinduism has been designed in collaboration with members of London’s Hindu communities, with the support of the Hindu Forum of Britain, the Hindu Council UK and BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir – Neasden Temple.

Click on the link to read the full Five ways to good mental wellbeing & Hinduism leaflets

Looking to help spread the word about Good Thinking and our Hinduism resources for Londoners in your organisation? Simply download the free resources for our campaign below!

Five ways to good mental wellbeing & Hinduism Communications Toolkit

Five ways to good mental wellbeing & Hinduism Communications Toolkit - Hindi

Five ways to good mental wellbeing & Hinduism Communications Toolkit - Gujarati

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In the past year, it’s safe to say that many of us have experienced so many mental health challenges, Black Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) people have been facing harsher impacts of the pandemic, in terms of infection rates, mortality and social upheaval. In response, the Good Thinking service has been working in partnership with Muslim communities to create the Five Ways to Wellbeing and Islam, as recommended by the NHS.

Click on the link to read our Five ways to good mental wellbeing & Islam

Looking to help spread the word about Good Thinking and our Islam resources for Londoners in your organisation? Simply download the free resources for our campaign below!

Five ways to wellbeing & Islam Communications Toolkit

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We have just launched a new version of the Five Ways to Wellbeing and Judaism. This campaign will help London’s Jewish community to find ways to improve their mood and wellbeing. This has been designed in collaboration with Jami, in consultation with Rabbi Miriam Berger and Rabbi Daniel Epstein, with the support of The London Jewish Forum, Maccabi GB and the London Borough of Barnet.

Click on the link to read our Five ways to wellbeing & Judaism

Looking to help spread the word about Good Thinking and our Judaism resources for Londoners in your organisation? Simply download the free resources for our campaign below!

Five ways to wellbeing & Judaism Communications Toolkit

Healthy London Partnership has launched a campaign to raise awareness among young people and their families of London’s free NHS mental health crisis lines.

The campaign has been developed with feedback and input from young people and parents, and will be largely based on social media, and for use in education and community settings, GP surgeries, etc.

Every mental health trust in London has put in place a free telephone service, supported by trained mental health advisors and clinicians, and open 365 days a year. These enable children, young people and their families to get free urgent mental health support 24/7.

This toolkit contains social media assets, posters, and articles for your own publications and websites. Please help us to reach young people and families by using these resources on your social media channels and promoting them through your own stakeholders and networks. Together we can raise awareness of the crisis lines and help young people and their families to get support when they need it.

Download the toolkit by clicking on the link below.

Children & Young People Crisis Lines Communications Toolkit