If you are worried about your mental health during the coronavirus outbreak, click here to be redirected to Samaritans support.
Somerset Mental Health in Agriculture Group has developed an easy-to-read, pocket-sized flyer that sets out some of the symptoms of mental health problems and what to look out for in a family member, colleague or friend. Click here to view. Download below.
Mental health has been defined as “the emotional and spiritual resilience which enables us to survive pain, disappointment and sadness.” It is a positive sense of well-being and self-esteem which influences how we think and feel about ourselves and others; how we see the world around us; how we communicate with others, and how we form and sustain relationships.
Mental health problems can be experienced by anyone. Mental stress affects us all differently and is also influenced by social and environmental factors as well as by the level of support we receive from those around us.
- Anxiety and depression
- Awareness days 2020/21
- Every Mind Matters
- Isolation and loneliness
- Identifying, managing and minimising stress
- Substance Misuse
- Suicide prevention
- Talking Therapies
AHDB webinar with FCN
The AHDB & FCN joint webinar discusses our widening awareness of mental health for those working in and with the agriculture and horticulture sectors.
The webinar also includes NFU member and County Chair for Lancashire, Olly Harrison, talking about the work being done to break down the barriers around mental health.
How to start a conversation about mental health: click here.