The UK’s biggest Mental Health platform has teamed up with Robert Walters, a world-leading specialist professional recruitment consultancy, to provide a free toolkit for those who have recently been made redundant.

This page is designed to support those who are redundant with mental health support through useful articles, and expert advice from Dr Lynne Green, Chief Clinical Officer at Kooth.

 

 

   01 // Raising your self-confidence

 

Raising your self-confidence

Losing your job can have a devastating effect on your self-esteem. But while being made redundant is out of your control, the way you choose to respond is not. In this article, we share ways to help undo negative thought patterns in order to increase our self-esteem...

 

   02 // Redundancy advice from Dr. Lynne Green

 

Dr. Lynne Green

Dr. Lynne Green is the Clinical Director for Kooth and healthcare professional with more than 15 years working in the Mental Health Sector.

She is passionate about improving access to mental health support for all ages, and is involved in a number of projects to destigmatise mental health and provide a clear pathway to help and advice when people need it the most.

 

   03 // Finding a purpose when work stops

 

Finding a purpose when work stops

When a person has lost their job, it’s normal to feel a sense of loss. Even if you didn’t love your job, it provided you with a sense of security and day-to-day structure. Making the best use of your time is important but if you’re struggling with knowing how to fill...

 

   04 // Making the most of your redundancy time

 

Making the Most of Your Redundancy Time

Being made redundant is never part of the plan, but it can also be an opportunity to take a breath and indulge in some ‘me-time’. Perhaps you’ve always wanted to learn a language or read that book that’s been gathering dust on the bookshelf? Or maybe you’ve always...

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