Teaching and working in schools can be extremely rewarding but can have an impact on your mental health and wellbeing

At Edapt, we understand and support our subscribers with the challenges which arise in the profession. During this Mental Health Awareness Week, we want to acknowledge these challenges and how we support our subscribers with mental health and wellbeing support.

If you are an Edapt subscriber, you can access our 24/7 Wellbeing Support (via your account area) designed to provide a safe and confidential space to discuss any concerns you may have, whether they relate to your professional life or personal challenges.

We have partnered with Spectrum Life whose team of mental health professionals have years of experience working specifically with those in teaching and are handpicked for their expertise and dedication. They are here to provide you with the highest standard of care, tailored to the unique challenges you may face as teachers and school staff.

As former teachers, we know that accessing health support can be difficult when you’re availability is determined by the school day. Our Wellbeing Support is available 24/7 365 days a year to fit around your schedule.

The helpline is free, confidential and staffed by a fully qualified team of counsellors and experts that are highly experienced in personal and work related issues and can support anyone working through issues including, but not limited to:

  • Depression, anxiety & stress
  • Grief and bereavement
  • Addictions
  • Relationship & marital problems
  • Work-life balance
  • Workplace conflict
  • LGBTQ+
  • Gender issues
  • Family problems
  • Low mood

We also have a range of free content available on our website on the following topics:

Subscribe to Edapt today from as little as £8.37 per month to get access to high quality edu-legal support services to protect you in your teaching and education career.


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