Wellbeing plan

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Step Description/Examples Plan
Things that are important to me

List some of the things that you enjoy and value, such as hobbies, leisure and social activities, spending time with family, going to the gym:



How will you fit in the things you need to do and the things that are important to you? Are there any resources you need to help you do these things (what and from who)?



List some of the things that cause you stress, such as not asking for support when you need it, significant events, times or situations:



What can you can do to lessen the impact?



Warning signs

List some of your warning signs that suggest you may need to take action, such as feeling unusually tired, irritable or overly sensitive, negative self-talk, difficulty sleeping:



What actions can you take? What has helped in the past?




List some strategies below that you can use to help manage difficult situations, such as talking to someone you trust, remembering how you have gotten through difficulties in the past, identifying your strengths:



Are there things other people could do to help you?




Trusted people I can talk to

List some of your main, trusted support people, such as your partner, family member, workmate, neighbour, best friend:



Are there any other people in your life who support you?



Professional support

List some of the main names and numbers/locations of AOD/mental health professionals, crisis teams, hospitals and support services you can contact.

In an emergency, always call 000.


Sources: Heads up. (2020). Personal wellbeing plan. Available from https://www.headsup.org.au/your-mental-health/taking-care-of-yourself-and-staying-well; Repper, J., Perkins, R., & Meddings, S. (2013). A personal health and wellbeing plan for family, friends and carers. Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust. (2019). Health and Wellbeing Plan. Available from https://www.cnwl.nhs.uk/services/recovery-and-wellbeing-college/resources

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