This is a fantastic quick introduction to the mental health of young people. It was published by the NHS Education for England to educate people on how to support young people’s mental health.
Last month I wrote a piece for Voxel Hub about dealing with individual trauma at a time of collective trauma, and I’m really grateful for the number of comments and positive feedback I received across social media as a result. It clearly resonated and demonstrated how common it has been to struggle with personal crises and perspective through the pandemic. A comment from a friend that particularly struck me read: “Last year …
“Why should I have anything to complain about?” – dealing with individual and collective trauma all at once
This book is relevant to us all. It will change you for the better. It will help the healing, and who knows, it might also help you thrive.
Here are my few tips on using Strava to cultivate human connection in the times of pandemic
One of the key elements of positive emotional life while working from home is an ongoing gratitude practice.
Early months of the year can be difficult – days are still short, the weather still quite gloomy and access to sunshine quite limited. When working in supporting professions (as consultants, coaches, counsellors) we are always taught and tested on our self-care skills. But what if we do have good self-care mechanisms, but due to external factors simply cannot access them?