Mental Health Awareness Week 2024: Cancer and Mental Health

Being diagnosed with cancer can be one of the most difficult situations that anyone has to face. It can cause great fear and worry and can affect every aspect of your life, including the ability to work. Various studies reveal that between 20-30% of cancer patients

Cancer Work Support Service Case Study

Karen is a 62-year-old Business Development Manager who was invited for a routine mammogram in the autumn of 2022. She had a fall that injured her breast prior to her mammogram, which produced a lump. She was cautiously optimistic that this lump merely resulted from

Long Covid Work Support Service Case Study

Recognising the struggle Richard, a 44-year-old man, living with his wife and four children, was working as a component design engineer when in April 2022 he contracted COVID-19. Initially he only experienced minor symptoms which he described as a ‘heavy cold’ and went back to life

An Occupational Therapist’s perspective on Wellbeing at Work

This is part two of a two-part series written by W2W Clinical Health Coaches Dr. Anuska Randolph-Stephens and Kaylie Behan, to read part one, click here.     Work and wellbeing:   How many times do we hear people describe how they are feeling by using the word ‘wellbeing’? Wellbeing

A Health Psychologists’ perspective on Wellbeing at Work

This is part one of of a two-part series written by W2W Clinical Health Coaches Dr Anuska Randolph-Stephens and Kaylie Behan to read part 2, click here.   Wellbeing can be defined as ‘the state of feeling healthy and happy’ (Cambridge Dictionary, 2023). But what does this

Putting Anxiety Awareness into Action   

This Mental Health Awareness Week, the Mental Health Foundation, is putting a focus on anxiety. Anxiety is a very normal emotion that everyone experiences. It can range from mild worries and concerns to mental ill health.  We all need a bit of anxiety to trigger

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



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