The pandemic and lockdown have exacerbated mental health risks, especially for men. The lack of social possibilities during lockdown have made it easier to withdraw, and isolation can be the result
Author: Linda Sage
Linda is a criminal psychologist, trainer, writer and broadcaster who now lives in Leeds. She was born in Norfolk, brought up in Kent, and has lived and worked throughout Europe (with many years in Spain), the Middle East, USA and Canada – to date she has moved 42 times. Her areas of interest are self-care, mindset, compassion fatigue, secondary traumatic stress, avoiding burnout, the autistic spectrum, travel and musical theatre.
In the first eight months of 2019, NHS nurses took nearly 1,000,000 days off sick with mental health issues. Figures released by the Office for National Statistics show that the suicide rate for nurses is 23 percent higher than the national average, with women nurses in particular at high risk. During this Covid-19 crisis, the […]