Health and Social Care Video Library
We have a range of videos with those who work in health and social care, and those who access health and social care, on the best practice for supporting people's mental health without stigma and discrimination.
On this page we have videos with those who work in health and social care, speaking about their experiences of giving stigma free mental health support. They have tips, practices and methods which they have used, which can help you.
On the next page we have the perspectives of those who have used health and social care services for their mental health.
Thank you to the doctors, nurses, support workers, pharmacists, physiotherapists and other health and social care professionals who helped us to shape and create these videos.
The Time Factor
This video covers the importance of giving people time, not making them feel rushed, and making the most of any opportunity to support.
Find out why having confidence in speaking about mental health and asking questions is so important for health and social care staff.
Not the Diagnosis
This video looks at why it is important to treat the person, and not their diagnosis, and the impact if you do.
All Our Jobs
Why care and compassion are important in every intervention.
Talking About Yourself
This video looks at how health and social care staff feel about disclosing their mental health problems, and what the impact of that can be.
See The Whole Person
Why it's important to treat mental health and physical health equally, and not let a diagnosis of a mental health problem change your view of someone.
Consistency Is Key
How consistency in approach can help to remove discrimination across the whole system.
Here For You
Listening to those who are struggling, showing you care and taking on board what they're saying, is key.
Hear from people who have accessed health and social care services, and what has helped them in their recovery, and what has set them backWatch the Videos
Head back to the main menu where you find our video library, case studies, information on policies and practices and the fundamental characteristics you need to have in place.Information for People Working in Health and Social Care