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No Quick Fixes Some of the benefits to employees as a result of training indicate improved confidence of spotting the signs, but also how some of this knowledge and early intervention has the potential to cascade throughout the organisation, Soma Pemmireddy, Ops Director at Stanstead Airport...

Do you know what signs to look out for when someone in your workplace is struggling with their mental health? Over the last nine months, loneliness has more than doubled and those who say they’re coping well with stress has fallen from 73% to 62%. How many...

Someone asked me recently “what does hope mean to me” my first thought was “just keep swimming” from the optimism of Dora’s in “Finding Nemo”. But where does that come from?.. when I was growing up and heard ‘suck it up’ or ‘stop crying’ it was...

So how do you build resilience (the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties);? Well, the good news is that it is definitely something that can be learnt, and as Anton Checkov says; (well almost says), ‘knowledge is of great value and even more so when it’s...

I came across this book by Miriam Akhtar recently "Whats post-traumatic growth"  a great  perspective for hope.  I think as a society we have a tendency to focus on what's wrong rather than what's good and rarely explore the positive outcomes of trauma/grief or crisis....

In line with Mental Health First Aid England and government guidelines, issued on 29th March 2020, we will be running on-line half day mental health aware courses for furloughed workers.   Empowering employees to feel confident to look after their own mental health and wellbeing and develop the...