Health and Wellbeing Champions

Health and Wellbeing Champions will be allocated service areas and work alongside colleagues to understand what will work in that environment and select resources that fit their service areas accordingly.

 

Sarah Tagg

sarah.tagg@ceredigion.gov.uk

I would like to support my colleagues and the wider team in improving their health and wellbeing. There is a deep satisfaction from supporting people on their wellbeing path. Quality of life is important and my goal is to help people live their best life.

 

Natalie Chambers

Natalie.Chambers@ceredigion.gov.uk

I live with anxiety and depression and I understand the impact it can have on every area of our lives. Exercise and food is something I care a lot about as part of my holistic wellbeing. I firmly believe if we don’t take time to look after our wellness we could be forced to look after our illness. Health and wellbeing is something I am extremely passionate about.

 

Joanne John

Joanne.john@ceredigion.gov.uk

I have a personal interest in mental health and am very passionate about supporting people from all backgrounds with simple techniques that can make a huge difference to supporting their mental wellbeing.

 

Daniel Davies

Daniel.Davies@ceredigion.gov.uk

I would like to work to find solutions for others who may be struggling with their health and wellbeing. This may not always be possible but I would like to at least put them on the path to finding sources of help and support.

 

Paul Lewis

Paul.Lewis2@ceredigion.gov.uk

My reason for becoming a Health and Wellbeing Champion is to help to break the stigma behind mental health and support people that need help. So many people are affected by mental health problems and just need to talk. I hope to be that person who helps others and encourages people to speak up.