WEBINAR: 14 Oct, 11am-12pm Charlie Cannon National Work Life Week is an opportunity for employers and employees to focus on wellbeing at work and work life balance. In this uplifting webinar, Charlie talks about starting the day well to ensure you have a good day.
WEBINAR: 21 Sep, 11am-12pm, Claire Edwards This webinar will raise awareness and challenge the common stigma that surrounds Alzheimer’s related dementia.
Working from home means bending over a laptop for hours on end, and we may start seeing increasing numbers of muscular-skeletal issues. Pilates expert Helen McDonald offers your staff valuable videos and webinars on back care. Aims To implement a lasting legacy of effective healthy posture correction techniques to adopt while working at a desk. […]
OVERCOMING MEETING BIAS by D&I Expert Catherine Hamilton Meeting Bias – it’s one of our worst situations for bias to show up. We’re under pressure to act, to contribute, to make decisions with a range of different working styles, all within a timeframe and probably a quick one. We’re making assumptions about what is happening, […]
This article is authored by Dr Chloe Paidoussis Mitchell, a Grief and Trauma Psychologist with many years of experience in researching and treating Mental Health difficulties arising in response to difficult and distressing life events. Dr Chloe has worked in clinical and corporate environments and regularly gives talks to help organisations cope with and understand […]
With sleep being the main focus of this years Mental Health Awareness Week in May we hear from our nutrition consultant, Christine Bailey, on how eating well goes hand in hand with your sleep. Lying in bed, tossing and turning? What you eat and drink has a dramatic effect on your sleep says nutritionist Christine […]
by Lynsey Metcalfe, wellbeing coach and master personal trainer Modern life should be easy. We have better access to the everyday necessities of life than in any other era, we have technology to make our lives easier and more opportunities than ever before. But we are also struggling. Rates of anxiety and depression are soaring […]
Nearly half (48%) of younger workers (aged 18-30) say they have experienced suicidal thoughts However, in organisations that are providing the right support, young workers were 37% less likely to have recent experience of a mental health challenge 92% of all workers have been touched by mental health challenges, found Accenture’s survey in partnership with […]
Resilience – Lessons from the Thai Boys Trapped in the Cave Dr Teerakiat Jareonsettasin (Dr Tee) and Dr Mark Berelowitz recently gave a major presentation at the International Conference of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, about the ‘boys in the cave’ and about the lessons we can learn from how they coped with their experience. […]
When someone has trained as a MHFA they are left to get on with it and hope it works out. Reality for many is that it can be a stressful position to be in. As it’s a dynamic and evolving discussion that is constantly changing, it’s important to stay updated with developments and keep connected […]