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The Royal College of Psychiatrists Improving the lives of people with mental illness

Work and Mental Health


 

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This area contains information and links to resources for people who are planning to start work, or make changes to help them to stay productive at work or to return to work when recovering from a period of mental ill-health.

 


 

Is work good for your mental health? 

Work can help you to get better - and stay better


 

Be proactive and use the support available to enable you to stay in work successfully 

Think about talking to your employer and doctors to make a ‘return to work’ plan

 


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