Mental Health

Closing the Women’s Health Gap An Opportunity to Improve Lives

By |2024-02-06T19:39:13+01:00February 6th, 2024|Articles, Cultural Change, Mental Health, Psychological Safety|

Women spend more of their lives in poor health and with degrees of disability (the “health span” rather than the “life span”). A woman will spend an average of nine years in poor health, which affects her ability to be present and/or productive at home, in the workforce, and in the community and reduces her earning potential.

How personal trauma impacts your organization’s workplace environment – and what you can do about it

By |2023-12-10T20:03:20+01:00December 6th, 2023|Articles, Cultural Change, Inclusive workplace, Mental Health, Organisational Change, Trauma-informed care|

In exploring the profound impact of personal trauma within organizational settings, this article delves into strategies that foster resilience and compassion. Discover actionable insights to create a supportive workplace environment

Embracing the Power of 10 Daily Habits for Personal Growth and Relationships

By |2023-11-24T20:46:26+01:00November 24th, 2023|Articles, Health & Wellbeing, Mental Health|

Embark on a journey of transformative change with '10 Daily Habits.' Discover the power of these small, consistent actions in taking charge of your life, nurturing relationships, and fostering a deeper connection with yourself and others. Download now and start your path towards a more empowered and fulfilling existence.

Grief is not an illness: Employees encounter misunderstanding after the loss of a loved one

By |2023-11-03T21:27:06+01:00November 3rd, 2023|Articles, Health & Wellbeing, Mental Health, Organisational Change|

Companies simply want low absenteeism rates. My boss kept contacting me continuously. However, it's important to pay attention to the type of employee you're dealing with. I was a very hard worker and never called in sick. So, when I say that it's really not going well, you should take that seriously.

In conversation with… Esther van der Sande talks about her vision for a trauma-informed world

By |2021-12-07T13:29:11+01:00December 7th, 2021|Articles, Health & Wellbeing, Mental Health, Trauma Sensitive Yoga|

By Bronwen Firth Esther van der Sande is a somatic neuro-psychotherapist (MA), yoga and trauma therapist, TCTSY-facilitator, and a faculty member at the Centre for Trauma and Embodiment at JRI Boston and trainer & supervisor of the Certification Program [...]

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