This article is written by Sandra Zecevic-Gonzalez, Counselling Psychologist and Director of Orquidia Therapy, part of the Career Money Life Supplier Community. You can view the original article on Orquidia Therapy's website. We all struggle with difficult emotions sometimes. Sadness, grief, anger and fear are feelings that are as much a part of life as … Continue reading When is it time to see a therapist?
This article is submitted to us by Dr Deb Roberts, a writer, speaker and yoga teacher and part of Career Money Life's Supplier Community. You can view the original article on her website. When I feel anxious or depressed I feel like I’m viewing life through a dirty lens. My thoughts impact the colours and … Continue reading Cleaning your lens on life
This article is orginally published by Inside Small Business. More than two-thirds (67 per cent) of small businesses have not discussed mental health days, according to fresh data from MYOB. The finding, from a survey conducted with 757 Australian small-business operators, is compounded by the fact that just half (52 per cent) of respondents said … Continue reading Proactive approach to mental health challenging for small business
With the recent celebration of R U Ok? Day, more and more people are taking the time to check in on the mental health of their colleagues, family and friends. As society becomes more accepting of the seriousness of mental health issues, there’s also more support out there than ever before, especially for employees: 97 … Continue reading Why Small Business Owners Struggle with Mental Health – and How to Help Them
This article is originally published by PsychMed, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. In the past, mental health has been stigmatised, minimalised, and marginalised. Individuals have been made to feel like a lesser part of society. Change is afoot, and while there’s a long way still to go, the topic of mental health is no … Continue reading No Shame, No Blame