news

new press release

Yahoo! has made the issue of working from home a hot topic. But what can working from home do to your mental health?

Read what our talking therapies coordinator has to say in the All Media Scotland article.

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Rumination: The danger of dwelling

A bit of self-reflection can be a good thing, say psychologtists.  But just how serious can it get when introspection goes awry and thoughts get stuck on repeat, playing over and over in the mind?

Read more at http://m.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-24444431

 

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Previous briefings on:

 '1 in 6'

Wed 27th Feb 2013

Did you know that around 1 in 6 of your employees is currently experiencing stress, anxiety or depression? As an employer, it is vital that you are able to recognise the warning signs and have the right support mechanisms in place to manage stress effectively.

Join us for breakfast to explore the impact stress can have on your workforce and how you can support employee wellbeing.


Presenteeism

Wed 30th Jan 2013

Are some of your staff not taking their annual leave? This may be an early warning sign of ‘presenteeism.’ Workers who do not take breaks from work or who continue to work despite being unwell are unlikely to sustain their usual level and quality of performance.

This is a far greater threat to your business than absenteeism. Join us for breakfast to find out more and explore possible solutions.

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stress warning signs - our guest post

We were delighted to be asked by PURE Spa to write a blog as part of their Stress Awareness month.

Read what our Employee Wellbeing Consultant, Margaret Yeaman had to say here.


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breakfast briefing on duty of care

On Wednesday 26th September resolve's Claire Edwards hosted a breakfast briefing on Duty of Care.

The session went really well with a great mix of local professionals attending. Claire explained the legal obligiations for employers in terms of stress in the workplace and considered some of the practical ways of dealing with it. We also had the opportunity to split in to groups and talk through a couple of "real life" scenarios.

If you missed it, why not come and join us for the next one? Watch this space for further information or drop us an e-mail and we will let you know once the details have been finalised.

 

What people say about us….

"I feel I can now cope with the challenges life throws at me."

"Everything suddenly made sense, I felt like I was trapped in a vicious circle and that I had no way of changing how depressed I was feeling.  I now know ways I can stop this and have tools to help me manage my feelings."

"I found the consultant easy to talk to, and she made the materials clear and easy to understand."

"Counselling has helped to improve my self-esteem and feel more relaxed."

"Counselling has helped me to understand myself better and become more trusting in my relationship with others."

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