Andy Langford explores what is actually meant when we reference self care, providing some background and context.

He looks at some practical options as to how we can care for ourselves, and how we can spot signs that we perhaps need more care than we are getting.

Presenter profile

Andy Langford is the chief operating officer for Cruse Bereavement Care – providing bereavement support across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Andy has worked in the voluntary sector for 21 years, in homelessness, mental health, substance misuse, and with older people. Andy has been a BACP accredited member for more than 13 years, with over 13 years’ experience working directly with bereaved people. He holds qualifications in integrative counselling, cognitive behavioural therapy and life coaching, and Andy’s experience includes private practice and training. Andy has a passion for working with people experiencing suicidality, as well as young people in foster care.

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“Being extremely honest…” – How we self-care (ppt 4.8MB) 

“Being extremely honest…” – How we self-care  (pdf 2.4MB) 

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