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Advocating a ‘Whole Business Approach’ to Mental Health Training, by Jane McNeice

Endorsement of a Whole Business Approach to Mental Health Training by Jane McNeice

As a mental health training provider that has been offering courses since 2015, we have had the privilege of working with a wide variety of industries across all lines of business. We have delivered in many places, from small community halls, churches, airports, state-of-the-art office suites to high security environments, and met some fascinating people…

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Changing Vocabulary About My Own Mental Health – My Brain’s Not Broken

Changing Vocabulary About My Own Mental Health – My Brain's Not Broken

“Well, if you put it that way …” We’ve all had conversations when our opinions were challenged and our perspectives challenged. When we share our thoughts with others, our choice of words and phrasing are important – how can anyone else understand our point of view? Over the years I’ve learned that the way I…

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Tear gas used against Portland protesters poses local health risk, lawsuit alleges – National

Click to play video 'Portland protests: Police arrest more than 20 demonstrators overnight'

Night after night in Portland, tear gas and other crowd control devices have enveloped protesters and bystanders in airborne chemicals that settle on the ground, later to be washed into storm drains. Amid allegations that human health and the environment are suffering the consequences, five environmental groups represented by the ACLU of Oregon and others…

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Mental Health

How to Make Friends at University When You Struggle with Mental Health Difficulties

How to Make Friends at University When You Struggle with Mental Health Difficulties

6 Tips And Tricks From A Graduate On How To Make Friends At University When Struggling With Mental Health. – – Hester The best thing I took away from my university experience was an amazing group of supportive and like-minded friends – people I am close and connected to, who lifted, inspired and supported me….

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Business leaders’ mental health at risk as second wave approaches

Business leaders' mental health at risk as second wave approaches

A staggering 78% of executives had poor mental health when COVID hit. Experts warn of impending stricter restrictions that could spark a second wave According to Bupa Global’s Executive Wellbeing Index, more than three quarters of executives have poor mental health due to the pandemic. With the threat of a second wave on the horizon…

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What is the right mental health training course for me: Understanding the differences across mental health training courses, by Jane McNeice

What is the right mental health training course for me? Understanding the Differences Between Mental Health Training Courses, by Jane McNeice

Mind Matters has been approached on many occasions by clients wishing to train mental health managers with a specific request for mental health first aid training. This in and of itself is not a problem unless you are looking for a result that MHFA was not specifically designed for. Because of this, it is important…

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What are the mental health symptoms of ‘long COVID’?

What are the mental health symptoms of ‘long COVID’?

According to experts, counseling could be crucial in curing certain long-term coronavirus symptoms, including brain fog By now we are all familiar with the main coronavirus symptoms: a high temperature, a new, persistent cough, and a loss or change in your sense of smell or taste. But now that cases are on the rise again,…

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How Can We Use Metaphors to Describe Mental Health? – My Brain’s Not Broken

How Can We Use Metaphors to Describe Mental Health? – My Brain's Not Broken

It’s difficult to get through the day while struggling with mental health. Trying to be productive isn’t easy when you’re dealing with negative thoughts, a lack of energy, or any of the many symptoms that make it difficult to be present. Even so, millions of people do their best every day to get through things…

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Managing Mental Health in a Pandemic – My Brain’s Not Broken

Managing Mental Health in a Pandemic – My Brain's Not Broken

I wrote my first post about the coronavirus pandemic back in March. Like most of us, I had a little naivety about the situation (to be fair, what happened in the US isn’t very surprising, but that doesn’t make it any less disappointing). Regardless, my first post on mental health during this pandemic focused on…

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i-act gains accreditation with The Royal College of Psychiatrists, By i-ACT (for Positive Mental Health)

i-act receives accreditation from i-ACT's Royal College of Psychiatrists (for positive mental health)

We are happy to announce that the I-Action (for positive mental health wellbeing) Training courses have been officially accredited by the Royal College of Psychiatrists and we are of course pleased to hear this news. The Royal College of Psychiatrists is the professional medical institution responsible for training, setting and raising standards of psychiatry in…

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