Nature is the theme of this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week: learn about how to incorporate nature for mental health with our Clinical Psychologist, Dr Hazel Harrison.
Exiting lockdown may bring mental health challenges for many – support your staff’s mental wellbeing as the UK comes out of lockdown.
Feeling anxious can frequently lead to sleeping problems. Sadly, for most of us, 2021 has brought us many reasons to feel anxious, whether that’s loneliness, the pressure of work-life balance in lockdown, concerns about a loved one, finances, or feeling unable to plan for the future.
How can you support the mental health of your employees this World Mental Health Day and going forward? Find out more about ways to support your colleagues throughout this uncertain time.
Thriving Through Transition – Our Second Webinar Series We’re super excited to announce our second series of webinars to help support you and your colleagues through this period of uncertainty and change. We’ve listened to the concerns you have at this time – be it anxiety around your health or that of loved ones, transitioning…
Stay Connected Wellbeing Webinars A tailored series of wellbeing webinars to help support your staff and keep everyone connected We’ve worked with an incredible team of experts to curate this series of webinars to help support yourself and your colleagues through this pandemic. We’re incredibly proud to be working with such a fantastic group of…
We share some of our top tips for ways to boost your resilience in your day to day life.
Our ability to adapt to stressful situations and life events also known as our emotional resilience, is influenced by many factors including biological variables, self awareness and regulation, mental agility, optimism, flexibility and relationships. Elevate offer a series of resilience workshops which look at all of these factors in detail. One of the most popular workshops amongst the series is the Learned Optimism workshop – our Founder Lucy Faulks shares her top three take away tips below.
Often we wait until we’re at the point of burnout, experiencing physical pain or have an injury before we’d consider booking a massage. Massages can feel indulgent, even selfish and we can end up criticising ourselves for not having the strength to deal with stress like our peers can. However, if we knew the surprising benefits of massage for both our mental and physical health, we might start viewing them as a necessity not just a treat.