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Checking your physical health is easy, but how do you check in with yourself mentally?

Our recent study* has revealed there are Six Domains of Mental Wellness™. Want to get a snapshot of your current mental wellbeing? Answer the questions below to reveal more.

*The Check in with yourself awareness campaign and The Six Domains of Mental Wellness™ are created by e-learning specialist Learning Labs in partnership with the New Economic Foundation. You can access the official research report behind this concept here

Physical wellness is about the connection between mind and body and is driven by exercise, rest and nutrition.
  • High Emotional Wellness: “Generally, I feel self-aware, and content.”
  • Low Emotional Wellness:  “I feel impassive and anxious.”
Intellectual wellness is all about stimulating the brain and is driven by hobbies and interests, learning and experiences
  • High Emotional Wellness: “Generally, I feel self-aware, and content.”
  • Low Emotional Wellness:  “I feel impassive and anxious.”
Social wellness is about our connections with other humans and is driven by relationships and community.
  • High Emotional Wellness: “Generally, I feel self-aware, and content.”
  • Low Emotional Wellness:  “I feel impassive and anxious.”

Spiritual wellness is about the ongoing discovery of meaningful living and is driven by self-esteem and purpose.

  • High Emotional Wellness: “Generally, I feel self-aware, and content.”
  • Low Emotional Wellness:  “I feel impassive and anxious.”
Motivational wellness is all about intrinsic self-motivation and is driven by autonomy and competence.
  • High Emotional Wellness: “Generally, I feel self-aware, and content.”
  • Low Emotional Wellness:  “I feel impassive and anxious.”
Emotional wellness is about understanding and accepting emotions and is driven by daily balance and resilience.
  • High Emotional Wellness: “Generally, I feel self-aware, and content.”
  • Low Emotional Wellness:  “I feel impassive and anxious.”

Checking your physical health is easy, but how do you check in with yourself mentally?

Our recent study* has revealed there are Six Domains of Mental Wellness™. Want to get a snapshot of your current mental wellbeing? 

Answer the questions below to reveal more.

*The Check in with yourself awareness campaign and The Six Domains of Mental Wellness™ are created by e-learning specialist Learning Labs in partnership with the New Economic Foundation. You can access the official research report behind this concept here

Checking your physical health is easy, but how do you check in with yourself mentally?
Our recent study* has revealed there are Six Domains of Mental Wellness™. Want to get a snapshot of your current mental wellbeing?
Answer the questions below to reveal more.

*The Check in with yourself awareness campaign and The Six Domains of Mental Wellness™ are created by e-learning specialist Learning Labs in partnership with the New Economic Foundation. You can access the official research report behind this concept here

Physical Wellness
Physical wellness is about the connection between mind and body and is driven by exercise, rest and nutrition. • High Emotional Wellness: “Generally, I feel self-aware, and content.” • Low Emotional Wellness:  “I feel impassive and anxious.”
Intellectual Wellness
Intellectual wellness is all about stimulating the brain and is driven by hobbies and interests, learning and experiences • High Emotional Wellness: “Generally, I feel self-aware, and content.” • Low Emotional Wellness:  “I feel impassive and anxious.”
Social Wellness
Social wellness is about our connections with other humans and is driven by relationships and community. • High Emotional Wellness: “Generally, I feel self-aware, and content.” • Low Emotional Wellness:  “I feel impassive and anxious.”
Spiritual Wellness
Spiritual wellness is about the ongoing discovery of meaningful living and is driven by self-esteem and purpose. • High Emotional Wellness: “Generally, I feel self-aware, and content.” • Low Emotional Wellness:  “I feel impassive and anxious.”
Motivational Wellness
Motivational wellness is all about intrinsic self-motivation and is driven by autonomy and competence. • High Emotional Wellness: “Generally, I feel self-aware, and content.” • Low Emotional Wellness:  “I feel impassive and anxious.”
Emotional Wellness
Emotional wellness is about understanding and accepting emotions and is driven by daily balance and resilience. • High Emotional Wellness: “Generally, I feel self-aware, and content.” • Low Emotional Wellness:  “I feel impassive and anxious.”

There are six different influences in your life that can impact your overall mental wellness known as The Six Domains of Mental Wellness™. Take the short assessment above and reveal a snapshot of your current wellness status. We’ll also include a few tips on how to develop each domain.

There’s so much more in Learning Labs Plus

This is just a snapshot of the learning and progress that you and your students can achieve with Learning Labs Plus.

Learning Labs Plus contains six in-depth Domain Labs, so you can learn all about each domain of mental wellness, as well as the full six domain assessments, plus dozens of interactive tutorial Action Labs, with new Labs added regularly. These Action Labs are designed to help you take action in maintaining and improving a specific domain of mental wellness.

With a Learning Labs Plus full licence you can Check In With Yourself every day if you want! 

Take a look inside

To get a free trial for the full licence of Learning Labs Plus (and access the complete Six Domain Assessments to Check In With Yourself regularly), enter your details here: 

*Offer only available until 31st March 2021. Free trial lasts 1 week.

By Checking In With Yourself using our free mental wellness assessment tool, your results snapshot above may have revealed something you didn’t know was affecting you.

Do you know what mental wellness issues are affecting your students?

Learning Labs Plus offers an affordable digital solution that can help HE providers to understand what the main issues are and therefore what targeted initiatives should be put in place to make a tracked and evidenced improvement for their students’ mental wellness.

Individuals (that’s students, staff and you) can also use Learning Labs to feel empowered by taking mental wellness learning and growth into your own hands.