According to the World Health Organization (WHO) more than a quarter of the European adult population has experienced at least one mental disorder in the past year, e.g. depression or anxiety. Psychologist Ashly Weinberg, states that “Poorly designed jobs, work that is not well organised and challenging work environments can trigger or exacerbate mental health conditions.
We spend so much of our lives at work and in service to our employers, customers, clients, and students. We are forever giving our "all " to ensure we acheive goals and objectives, that will make a difference to the lives of others. However, what we do less of is making time to care for ourselves, and focus on our wellbeing. So many of us are so used to working hard without taking a break. We need to break this norm and take wellbeing seriously, and act on it. Consider our wellbeing is impacted by the following factors:
At the Practice, wellbeing is our core priority, and we work hard to ensure our clients (individuals and organisations) are reminded of this. We provide a range of services to support our clients with their efforts.