Bitesize Wellbeing Training

Adopting new health behaviours isn't easy, but we offer simple, interactive wellbeing sessions to help bridge the intention-behaviour gap. Led by clinicians, our sessions cover topics such as mindfulness, sleep, emotions, activity snacking, energy-boosting, back care at work and breathing. They fit into a coffee

5 Habit Building Tips that I have Learnt from Starting to Run

By Orla Percy – Clinical Health Coach / Occupational Therapist at Working To Wellbeing   I’m Orla! I work as a clinical health coach at W2W. At the time of writing this, I am seven weeks into a running plan that advises you to run three times

Migraines and work

It is estimated that 1 in 7 people are effected by migraine in the UK and that 43 million days are lost each year from work and education.  It also appears to be more common in women than in men. Under the Equality Act 2010,

Line managers able to spot signs of poor mental health

Thank you to HR magazine and Millicent Machell for sharing this piece on our research about line managers and the role they play in employee wellbeing. To read the write up visit HR magazine below.   HR Magazine - Line managers able to spot signs of poor mental health

Wildlife and Wellbeing – World Wildlife Day 2023

By Kurt Bevan   World wildlife day is a United Nations International day to celebrate the world’s wildlife and the contribution they make to our lives and the health of the planet. To celebrate the world’s wildlife, we wanted to highlight the positive contribution wildlife can make

Random Acts Of Kindness

By Dr Julie Denning Random acts of kindness comes in all shapes and sizes, and kindness can be shared with anyone whether it's friends, family, strangers or even ourselves. This World Kindness Day, we've decided to re-share our thoughts on what kindness can be and how

Long Covid – What are employees rights and what support is available?

The return-to-work challenges of people coping with the long-term effects of Long Covid have been highlighted in today's The i Paper, written by Sarah Davidson. The Office of National Statistics reports more than 2 million people in the UK are suffering from the impact of Long Covid.   New variants, such as

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