For those that are returning to work and those that are taking a hybrid approach to work, easing our way out of lock-down can be difficult and many of us will find this new way of working another change to deal with. Throughout lockdown, a study from Nuffield Health (June 2020) found that 80% of workers say their mental health was impacted by working from home. Staff that are returning to the workplace will be facing additional pressures to adapt to, which can threaten their health and wellbeing. All our sessions are 1 hour in length and all courses are 6 weeks in length. Building safety and relationships is key to all our sessions, encouraging participation and a sense of involvement.
What is on offer on-line?
Resilience course - 6 weeks
Taking a health and wellbeing approach to building resilience, reflecting and revisiting topics that we often forget. Each week covers a different topic that can be put into action immediately. Using the online group setting to encourage discussion among teams for encouragement and a less personalised view of our own difficulties and challenges.
Mindfulness course - 6 weeks
Staff will learn how to improve wellbeing and manage mental health using short meditations practices and discussion on how to apply in real life and working from home. 6 weeks of 1 hour sessions at a time of your choosing.
Sleep course - 6 weeks
Sleeping badly is one of the major causes of ill health. Learn more about what sleep is and how essential it is to our wellbeing. Learn techniques to set a course for making positive changes to your sleep routines.
For your online meetings, conference or training days, providing a time in the day for participants to wind down and gather their thoughts. Helping your staff take a reflective break on the agenda of the day.
'Getting out of the red zone and into the green zone' - Self reflection workshop
Taking an hour to highlight the importance of knowing where and how we are. Using knowledge taken from the field of neuroscience and evolutionary psychology we discover how we have been spending our time and what processes have been fueling our approach to life and work. Learning how we can change this approach to generate more calm and purpose and reduce habitual striving and stress.
Introduction to mindfulness - 1 hour
What mindfulness is and how it supports health and wellbeing? A 60 minute look at the benefits, including an opportunity to practice simple techniques. A great way to assess interest in taking mindfulness further. Removing barriers and judgments around this subject.
Referring staff that may benefit from a more personal approach to resilience and wellbeing. This is not counselling or therapy and is best referred to as 'mindful coaching'. This can be one-off or multiple sessions.