Lockdown #3 – Not back to square 1

By Dr Julie Denning Hello Again Folks. So, #Lockdown 3. How are you faring? Do you feel like you are in a groundhog day that seems never-ending? Does a spontaneous trip to the local pub or bucket and spade holiday seem dream-like material? Do you feel

Lockdown reading from Arthr

It's the start of a new year, and even though we tiptoed in ever so gently not looking for a repeat of 2020, we find ourselves in a very familiar place - Yet another Lockdown!   In light of current circumstances, We thought that now would

Long Covid support – The spokes and the hub

By Dr Julie Denning   It was half term, for me that means more time for kids and more time for getting through my 'to read' list. Amongst others was this article from Adam Saville, Editor at Cover Magazine. It highlights the need for early intervention support

Lockdown #2 – The sequel no-one wanted.

By Dr Julie Denning The sequel. It's often much awaited. The first film was excellent, and you can't wait to see more of your heroine or hero, and their action-packed adventures or love dramas. Some like James Bond go on forever and are much loved. Others

International Week of Happiness at Work

Julie Denning, Managing Director, W2W   Over the last 6-12 months, I have been thinking a lot about happiness. This has had its roots in understanding compassion, self-soothing and switching focus. There’s a sense of contentment around happiness, a willingness to explore the unknown, a sense of

National Fitness Day – Turning over a leaf

Julie Denning, Managing Director, W2W   I don't know about you, but I prefer to save up my major behaviour change for September. I don't go in for New Years Resolutions, I never keep to them, and the pressure feels like it's 'on'. Everyone asking – have

A Dad in Lockdown

Sam Allen, Head of Marketing, W2W   In March, many people's regular work routine changed due to the need to furlough, self-isolate and or work from home. When this all began, I shared tips and tactics I've found helpful when working from home. Now, as some people

Be kind to yourself

Dr Julie Denning, Managing Director, W2W   We often think about kindness in the context of giving to others, pleasing other people, small acts of 'paying it forward' and looking after or out for someone. In the current situation, kindness has been amplified through our need to

Long term conditions – How to support your staff

As you may or may not know, we specialise in helping people who have long term conditions either get back to work or remain at work.  We provide clinical support for people to improve their day to day functioning and help them to self-manage their

Switching Focus

Dr Julie Denning, Managing Director, W2W   What a couple of weeks it has been. The country in lockdown and toilet rolls still not on our shelves.  We’ve seen and heard scary accounts from Italian hospitals and individuals imploring us from their hospital beds to stay at

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