Mental Health Coaching

When you look after your own mental health and wellbeing in the workplace, you are more likely to be productive and feel that you are doing a good job. You are less stressed at work, meaning you are happier and healthier, and you’re also more likely to maintain a good work-life balance, so you can more effectively balance your personal as well as professional commitments and have time to relax and rejuvenate.

Regardless of the job you are in, being aware of your mental health and taking steps to care for it makes sense. While this isn’t always easy, and the level of support offered by employers can vary, there are some simple, practical steps you can implement today. 

If you feel you are struggling and need help – and have already tried or don’t feel comfortable talking to a friend or your boss – please do contact a professional support service or medical professional. Call a helpline, visit your GP or reach out to your organisation’s employee assistance program. Remember, these experts are there to help.

(Sample Source: HAY Recruitment)

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