Tough day? Help is at hand. The Cheshire and Merseyside Resilience Hub is here to ensure all NHS, Social Care and Emergency Service staff within the region have access to the right support, information and confidential psychological interventions they need through the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
Please browse our collection of resources to find what you need, from self-help to psychological help to training for your organisation.
Resilience is strength. Let us help you find yours.
Practical steps for responding to the Corona crisis, using the principles of acceptance and commitment therapyClick Here
A guide to living with worry and anxiety in uncertain timesClick Here
A guide to understanding and managing normal post-traumatic reactions for health, social care & emergency service workersClick Here
Strategies and tips for healthcare, social care and emergency service professionals to help manage trauma from RC PsychClick Here
A quick self –care guide for mental health and COVID 19Click Here
20 minute webinar for health care staff and leaders on understanding stress reactions during COVID-19Click Here
This quick PsychHub vid explains how to recognise it and offers some tipsClick Here
Learn what you can do to regain balance, feel positive and hopeful again.Click Here
Supporting the psychological as well as the physical health of all NHS, Social Care and Emergency Service workers.Click Here
Trying these things could help you feel more positive and able to get the most out of lifeClick Here
A practical guide to building resilience, health and wellbeingClick Here
An opportunity for our colleagues to come together virtually and to invest some time in supporting each other.Click Here
Tips for coping and enhancing resilience during the pandemic.Click Here
Has partnered with the NHS to offer you a free subscription until June 2021 to the #1 meditation app for POC/BAME communitiesClick Here
Making a difference, feeling competent and supported by your organisation and team really mattersClick Here
Advice for sustaining staff wellbeing in critical care during and beyond covid-19Click Here
Coping with death and grief during the COVID 19 pandemicClick Here
Shifting the Conversation from Difficult to ImportantClick Here
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Tel: 08088 020 021Click Here
Help for parents and carers supporting theur children during the coronavirus pandemicClick Here
Looking after your mental health, help for parents carers and childrenClick Here
It can be scary to hear about a disease outbreak, but learning the facts can help ease your mindClick Here
or can text YM to 85258 for free 24/7 supportClick Here
Kooth offers emotional and mental health support for children and young people aged between 11 – 24 years and are available up to 10pm every day.Click Here
SHAP’s BAME Community Development Scheme aims to improve access to mental health and wellbeing services for Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic (BAME) groups living and/or working in Halton, Knowsley, and St HelensClick Here
Since the beginning of the pandemic, UNISON have been fighting to protect it's members who are at the forefront of the COVID-19 response.Click Here
Facilitating provision by Christians of quality counselling, psychotherapy and pastoral care.Click Here
The Chinese Information Centre (CHIC) aims to provide culturally appropriate health information service and to provide links between statutory services and the Chinese CommunityClick Here
Friends, Families, and Travellers: Working Towards EqualityClick Here
Supporting Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic, and Refugee (BAMER) communities to get the right support for mental distress - this includes problems with moods or thoughts that affect how people cope with everyday life, help in a crisis, and an advocate providing one-to-one support.Click Here
JAMH is an umbrella organisation with a vision to provide a one-stop-shop for mental health needsClick Here
Wai Yin Society has been supporting, empowering, and working in partnership with Chinese individuals and families for more than 30 years.Click Here
Working at the heart of the community, equipping women with the practical skills and knowledge needed to overcome cultural, social, economic, and language barriersClick Here
Liverpool Arabic Centre (LAC) is a local charitable organisation developed by local people to advocate the social and economic well-being, improve the health and advance the education of the Arabic communityClick Here
Granby Toxteth Development Trust is an independent, local charitable organisation which is based in the Toxteth area of Liverpool. We are the community anchor organisation for the neighbourhood.Click Here
Granby Somali Women’s Group provides services to all women, children, and families residing in the Princes Park Ward.Click Here
A community centre that responds to the needs of the diverse local communityClick Here
The Greenhouse Project designs talent strategies that change the game for your talent successClick Here
A participant-led charity passionate about supporting people who are vulnerableClick Here
MSDP working in partnerships, bringing together Deaf* and hearing communities to create more accessible services.Click Here
Mary Seacole House was set up to provide support services to local primarily BAMER people who are experiencing mental illness.Click Here
Merseyside Polonia was set up to raise awareness of the Polish Community and culture among the local community, supporting the development of Polish
Pagoda Arts aspires to be a high-quality organisation; to introduce Chinese Culture to a wide and diverse community and to develop our unique Youth Orchestra to be at the cutting edge of contemporary and classical Chinese and Western musicClick Here
RASA Merseyside is a professional counselling and support service that exists solely to improve the mental and physical well-being of individuals impacted by sexual violence at some point in their livesClick Here
Valuing, promoting and celebrating the rich history, culture, heritage, and invaluable contribution our communities make to life here in the UK.Click Here
Providing support to all members of the Muslim community and organise activities that appeal to the diverse body of members and the wider community.Click Here
The Liverpool Islamic Centre encompasses is a range of multifunctional activities focusing on developing personal potential and resources, particularly for the youth.Click Here
The Health Foundation's aim is a healthier population, supported by high-quality health care that can be equitably accessed.Click Here
Faith and culturally sensitive support by phone, live chat, WhatsApp or email. We offer non-judgmental, confidential support 7 days a week, 365 days a year including bank holidays and Eid.Click Here
In light of the recent events in Afghanistan, we want to ensure that our veteran community and their families who work within the NHS and social care services are supported during what may be a very challenging time.
If you find yourself needing extra support, here are a range of first hand services who can provide help:
The Resilience Hub can offer you a confidential, in-house psychological assessment, and following this, will arrange access for you to the right psychological support from the right place, as fast as possible. [Take me to the Resilience Hub self-referral form]
Alternatively, you can follow the green lozenges below to self-refer to your local primary care psychological support (IAPT) services. Many are prioritising NHS staff on their waiting lists. If you are not sure which location is suitable for you, please use this NHS IAPT service finder https://www.nhs.uk/service-search/find-a-psychological-therapies-service/.
If you are in need of urgent or immediate mental health support or assistance, help is at hand. Please click here.
The Cheshire and Merseyside Resilience Hub offer a range of virtual wellbeing workshops for all NHS, Social Care & Emergency Service staff and managers. These workshops will provide an understanding of what well-being means in the context of the Covid19 pandemic, information on common difficulties and self-help techniques to improve and maintain well-being.
The meetings will take place using Zoom. The workshops will be interactive but there is no pressure to participate – and you can have your camera on or off as you prefer. Please note, these workshops are educational rather than therapeutic (although we hope you will get some great benefits from them).
If you think you need to access psychological support for yourself, please complete our self referral form to book one-to-one time with one of our psychological staff.
Please click in to each of the workshop titles below to get more details or register.
This workshop is for all staff who are experiencing or wanting to prevent burnout in themselves or their teams.
This workshop is for all staff with an aim to introduce methods people can use to manage any stress they face.
This workshop is for any staff or managers who want to get a better understanding of how team working can be affected at times of high stress/demands, and some strategies for managing team wellbeing.
As managers, we try to look after everyone else’s needs, and often ‘contain’ a lot of stress or distress for staff teams. This workshop is aimed at helping managers to learn how best to look after themselves while carrying out this challenging role.
The workshop aims to develop an understanding of our emotional and behavioural responses at various stages of the pandemic. It involves group discussion and reflection about managing each stage.
If you would like any pathway support around: Finances, Debt Management, Housing, Physical well-being, Family Caring Roles, Addiction/Substance Misuse, or Social Interactions - please fill in the brief form below with some contact details and our Pathways Advisor will get in touch with you.
Please note, this is a signposting advice service only. If you think you might benefit from emotional or psychological support, please instead fill in our Hub self-referral form for psychological support