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Return to Work: Mental Health

Imagine this scenario in your workplace: There’s concern about Jill, one of the company’s top sales people. She has been […]

Return to Work: Mental Health

Imagine this scenario in your workplace: There’s concern about Jill, one of the company’s top sales people. She has been […]

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New Normal Health and Wellbeing at Work

Covid-19 has certainly changed the way we all live and work, and, with lockdown restrictions easing and a ‘new normal’ […]

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The Role of an Occupational Health Advisor

One of the main aspects of my work are assisting HR departments and managers in helping individuals get back to work following sickness absence for a whole range of physical…

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Promoting Health and Wellbeing at Work

Promoting health and wellbeing at work is proven to help employees remain happy, healthy and productive. Occupational Health Programmes also greatly improve engagement and attendance.   There are lots of…

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Positive Psychology: Can Your Personal Strengths Help To Manage Stress?

The growing area of Positive Psychology helps people to harness what they are doing well, rather than focus on problems. It works with the understanding that people will naturally want…

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We Value Relationships So Why Do We Neglect Them?

It is now proven that a significant number of children are not ready to start school with the social and intellectual skills they require because parents and careers are in…

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Seeking Help From A Counsellor or Psychotherapist

Sometimes life throws up surprises that can make you feel twisted and tangled. Some days you may feel low and need to talk to someone, and on others you feel…

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Setting Up Your Workstation

As an Occupational Health Physiotherapist, I get asked regularly to assess and adjust workstations to best fit and improve a working individual's ergonomics and therefore reduce or resolve a work-based…

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