When you leave hospital, make sure recovery comes home with you.

When you leave hospital, it can feel like you are ‘falling off a cliff’. SameYou have created digital resource library with our wide community of clinicians and therapists to provide reassurance on your journey to recovery and finding your SameYou.

Positive Minds: Introduction to cognitive fusion

Often negative emotions are caused by negative thoughts. Lowri Wilkes shares a simple way to stop you getting caught up with unhelpful thinking.

Positive Minds: An exercise in expansion and acceptance

Dr Zoe Fisher shows a technique that has been shown to improve wellbeing and reduce difficult thoughts and feelings. And it’s helpful to use whenever you feel overwhelmed.

Positive Living: Cooking with a slow cooker

Cooking with a slow cooker is a great way to get back into the kitchen. Sophie Voyce shares two recipes that are simple, straightforward and will get you cooking up a feast.

Positive Minds: Introduction to living with difficult emotions

It’s healthy to experience a range of emotions. But after brain injury, you may feel overwhelmed by difficult thoughts and feelings. Dr Zoe Fisher offers a helpful new perspective on sadness, stress and anger.

Positive Minds: Learning to accept difficult emotions

Dr Zoe Fisher shares a metaphor for accepting or avoiding difficult emotions – to help you move towards the things that are important to you, instead of struggling against painful thoughts and feelings.

Positive Minds: Introduction to mindfulness

When we experience negative emotions, it’s usually because we’re dwelling on something in the past or worrying about the future. Mindfulness can help you to be present. Lowri Wilkes talks through a simple exercise to get you started.

Positive Minds: Building Wellbeing after Brain Injury

Dr Zoe Fisher discusses the benefit of positive emotion and experiences following brain injury, talking you through some exercises that have been shown to improve wellbeing that you can practice at home.

Positive Health: How positive health behaviours impact on the mind

Professor Andrew Kemp explains how positive health behaviours - such as engaging in regular exercise and adopting a healthy diet - complement psychological interventions for improving wellbeing following brain injury.

Positive Relationships: Dealing with other people after brain injury

Dr Giles Yeates explains why, following acquired brain injury, survivors often need their world to be predictable and routine-based to manage day to day. However an unavoidable aspect of life that is very unpredictable is the presence of other people – their actions and communication.

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