Thursday 7th October 2021

The objective of World Mental Health Day is to raise awareness of mental health issues around the world and to mobilise efforts in support of mental health.

The theme for this years #WMHD is ‘Mental Health in an Unequal World’. Even in 2021, access to mental health support continues to be an issue for many people throughout the world. Togetherall is dedicated to providing a safe space to get support, take control and feel better.


• Stoptober (Course Highlight)
• National Work Life Week (11th – 15th October)
• Community Story


It’s #Stoptober & quitting smoking can improve your physical health, but did you know that it can also boost your mentalhealth and #wellbeing by improving your mood, relieving stress, anxiety & depression. Togetherall has a course dedicated to quitting smoking alongside a support community.

Stoptober graphic

National Work Life Week

It’s #NationalWorkLifeWeek & maintaining a healthy work-life balance can be difficult, especially when working remotely. Togetherall is a safe, anonymous, online community where you can connect with others through shared experiences. There is also a range of useful self-help courses & resources that can help you take control and feel better.

Community Story

Togetherall is a safe place where you can share your experiences, anonymously and 24/7. If you don’t feel like sharing, there is also a range of courses & resources available.

To find out more visit, Togetherall


Did you know that all serving Personnel, Veterans, Reservists and Military Family Members have FREE access to a safe and anonymous online community to get support when you are feeling low?

Togetherall also provide a number of useful courses, self assessments and articles such as ‘Out Of The Safety Zone’ which can help you feel better.

Balance Your Thinking

An unhelpful thought can change everything. It can influence how we feel and how we behave. An unhelpful thought is like a drop of ink in a glass of water because just one can change our entire perception.
Within this course:

  • You can discover how to spot and track unhelpful
  • thoughts. Learn techniques to challenge any unhelpful thoughts
  • and arrive at a more balanced view. Use SMART goals to help plan for the future.

Low Mood Self-Assessment

A short questionnaire to capture how you are feeling and gauge your development over time. We can all feel low from time to time. This test will help you reflect on how you’re feeling.

Article: Out Of The Safety Zone

Our series of articles are designed to help you understand more about some of the issues you may be facing and learn skills to help improve your wellbeing. Within this article, we explore the bad stuff that may happens in our lives, our triggers and how we deal with trauma. Some life events can be hard to recover from, and this article can help assist on the road to recovery.

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