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Our resources provide useful hints, tips and guidance to those who require mental health support. The miscellaneous resource section contains resources related to; eating disorders, management support, employees, parenting, and various mental health conditions.

Understanding Eating Disorders and Supporting Employees

Eating disorders are mental health conditions characterised by persistent and maladaptive patterns of eating. They often involve an obsession with body shape, weight, and food which can cause serious physical and mental health issues for those affected. Eating disorders do not discriminate; they can affect anyone regardless of their age, gender, or background. 

Supporting Employees with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is a health condition that affects an estimated 250,000 people in the UK. It is a disabling and serious long-term illness that can have a major impact on quality of life, causing extreme tiredness (fatigue) and difficulties with concentration and memory. 

How to Support Employees Who are Also Carers

Caring for a loved one can be a full-time job in itself, made more challenging alongside fulltime employment. Caregivers may need to work due to financial pressures, as well as for purpose, achievement and their own wellbeing. Employed caregivers have to juggle competing demands on their time and energy, making it difficult to maintain wellbeing. 

Eating Disorders In The Workplace

Eating disorders are serious mental health disorders that can cause medical, emotional, and social difficulties. They are characterised by a persistent pattern of disordered eating behaviours and thought patterns, that create negative physical and psychological effects. The most common types of eating disorders include anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, and other specified feeding or eating disorders (OSFED).

Managing Employees with Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder, also known as manic depression, is a mental health condition that causes significant shifts in mood, energy and activity levels. It affects up to 1% of the population in the UK and can significantly impact an individual’s ability to manage their emotions and relationships. People with bipolar disorder experience periods of either mania or hypomania – high-energy states in which they may feel excessively elated, impulsive, or irritable – and periods of depression where they feel low and lethargic.

Managing Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), often characterised as ‘winter depression’, is a type of depression that comes and goes with the seasons. It’s more than just “winter blues”. The symptoms can be distressing, overwhelming, and can interfere with daily functioning. 

Supporting Employees Through Addiction in the Workplace

Addiction is often misunderstood, especially in the workplace where the workplace environment can contribute to or exacerbate the symptoms. Addiction is a complex disease that can be caused by various factors. Despite popular belief, Addiction is usually not a result of a lack of willpower or moral principles. Regarding the biology behind it, addiction has been found to be influenced by a person’s unique genetic makeup.

Supporting Employees Who are New Parents

Being a new parent is an exciting and joyous time, but can also be incredibly challenging. Fortunately, employers are now more aware of the importance of providing resources and support for new parents, so that they can find the balance between their work life and their family life.   

Supporting Employees Through Addiction in the Workplace

Addiction is often misunderstood, especially in the workplace where the workplace environment can contribute to or exacerbate the symptoms. Addiction is a complex disease that can be caused by various factors. Despite popular belief, Addiction is usually not a result of a lack of willpower or moral principles. Regarding the biology behind it, addiction has been found to be influenced by a person’s unique genetic makeup.

Staff Wellbeing Ideas

Boosting productivity poses a significant challenge for businesses of all sizes. A quick Google search will provide multiple hacks to help teams enhance their daily efficiency, from list writing to time blocking. Yet there is one less apparent but proven method of elevating an office’s productivity levels: improving staff wellbeing.

Active Listening Skills

Did you know that the best leaders and managers have strong listening skills? Mastering the art of active listening goes beyond simply hearing words – it’s about embracing the entirety of spoken and unspoken communication. 

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