The academic and scientific rigour we apply to our work with clients also informs our thinking on the latest developments in the fields of wellbeing, resilience, and performance.
Anga ora ahuareka (organisational wellness celebrations) As clinical psychologists, our ears tingle when mental health services are in the news. In the last few months they’ve been in the media for all the wrong reasons. [...]
Simply put, thriving is feeling good and functioning well. We often use the terms “flourishing” and “thriving” interchangeably, and many people use “wellbeing” to mean the same thing – a sustained sense that life is good, meaningful [...]
There’s a fabulous Gary Larson cartoon titled “Midway through the exam Allen pulls out a bigger brain”. It’s one of my favourites and I often think of it when my brain is tired and I [...]
http://www.hrdive.com/news/study-burnout-is-a-major-threat-to-employee-engagement/433822/ While this headline is accurate, and it’s good to see burnout recognised as a serious workplace concern, it feels important to acknowledge that burnout is so much more than a threat to employee engagement. [...]
How many emotional responses have you noticed so far today? Gratitude and love saying good bye to your family as you leave for work, or frustration as you are stuck in wet weather traffic? Maybe [...]
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