In recognition of stress awareness month, Speech Pathologist, Martha Payne shares 8 effective tips on how to manage stress in your business.
Research by the University of Phoenix found that 41% of Americans are worried about COVID-19 anxiety levels, even more than concerns about paying bills and rent.
In this mental health focus - we thoughtfully consider suicide prevention - a complex issue for the Canadian Government.
Simon Blake, Chief Executive of Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England, highlights how we can adapt to managing mental health remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated remote working to an unprecedented scale and has caused an influx of mental health concerns. Here, Sue Lingard, a director of Cezanne HR, highlights several steps that employers can take to build mental resilience among a remote workforce.
Jeremy Shulman, Chief Editor, Subscriptions and Product at Interactive Pro and Edology, advises how one can escape the daily negative news cycle due to Coronavirus and isolation, looking at different aspects including work, learning and how to stay informed.
Lucinda Carney, Chartered Occupational Psychologist and Founder at Actus, discusses the impact that self-isolation has on mental health and how businesses can minimise stress amongst its workforce.
Here, PMAC, Mental Health Training & Wellbeing Professionals, look at how you can manage mental health during isolation amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Hugo Minchin (MBACP), Director, co-founder and counsellor at Talk to the Rainbow, discusses how coronavirus has had a massive impact on therapeutic services and counselling available to vulnerable people.
Nick Taylor, CEO and Co-Founder at Unmind, discusses how employers can tackle the stress and fear caused by Coronavirus, and how they can continue to support their employees’ mental health from afar.
New research using a mouse model shows how pathological fear memory is formed in a brain suffering PTSD and how this could be changed.
New research published in the British Journal of Psychiatry suggests that parents caring for disabled children are at risk of mental health issues
Frank D. Fincham explores an essential question about well-being: Is divine forgiveness good for your health?
Here, we examine the United States’ National Institute of Mental Health, the largest funder of research on mental disorders in the world.
Laura Marchetti and Jennifer Oroilidis at Mental Health Europe put forward the case for a European Union Mental Health Strategy.
Steph Hazlegreaves, Digital Editor at Open Access Government, delves into the world of mental health in this report that looks at suicide, stress and stigmas
Helen Fuller, Managing Director at Care 4 Quality, discusses loneliness and isolation in the elderly, highlighting how care homes can improve care provision in this area.
PMAC, Mental Health Training & Wellbeing Professionals, discuss the potential impact of Brexit on mental health, with a specific focus on immigration and family separation.
Vivek Patni, CEO and co-founder of Lavanya Plus, offers advice on how HR teams can ensure that informal carers receive the workplace support they need.
Han-Son Lee, founder of Daddilife, discusses the mental health challenges that many modern day dads experience in the workplace as a result of the stress of trying to balance work and family life.