Lighting Up Our Working Lives, Dan Cable

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Futurist – Well Being in the Workplace How can we find meaning in our work? Dan Cable is Professor of Organisational Behaviour at the London Business School. In his book, Alive at Work, he has been looking for answers to that question in neuroscience. Dan argues that modern businesses take too much of the cause […]

The Breath of Life, Max Strom

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As a yoga teacher, Max Strom saw the powerful effects that really using our breath can have. He’s now teaching the benefits to others, including doctors. Breathwork, he says, can release long-held emotions such as fear and grief. The way we breathe is connected to how we communicate and what we feel.  In an age […]

The Science of Mind Over Body, Jo Marchant

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Science Journalist Science journalist Jo Marchant set out in her book Cure: a journey into the science of mind over body, to find out more about the evidence for how our minds can influence our bodies. She tells us about some of the fascinating experiments that researchers are conducting into phenomena such as the placebo […]

Live Well, Choose Well, Sleep Well, Dr Nerina Ramlakhan

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Sleep Therapist Sleep therapist Dr Nerina Ramlakhan has spent more than twenty-five years helping people to get better sleep. She says that sleeping well at night is a result of making good choices during the day. Dr Ramlakhan shares her five non-negotiable tips for getting a good night’s sleep. By making those good choices, she […]

Peers Without Pressure, Anna and Millie

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Wimbledon High Students Anna and Millie are students at Wimbledon High who take part in the school’s peer counselling project. They help advise younger girls on how to cope with the pressures around them. That pressure can come from outside: Anna and Millie say that looking good and body image are big concerns among some […]

Belonging To Something Bigger Than Yourself, Jane Lunnon

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Headmistress The Head of Wimbledon High School, Jane Lunnon, says that the world has changed for her pupils. The old certainties of society aren’t there any more — what fills the gaps is often social media. Jane says young people need breaks from comparing themselves to their peers. Nothing, she says, beats a really good […]

Paul Polman, CEO of Unilever speaks exclusively to HT, Paul Polman

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The chief executive of Unilever, Paul Polman, is responsible for 175,000 employees. Among them, there are of course some who have mental health issues. The company is trying to create a culture where everyone is only one click away from whatever help they might need. Their approach is founded on four pillars of […]

Can Going Outdoors Treat Your Anxiety?

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Anxiety is a common mental health disorder affecting approximately 3 million people in the UK. It’s commonly treated with antidepressants or therapy, but self-help can be valuable for sufferers, especially when a panic attack strikes out of the blue or if you’re anxious after a stressful event and can’t seem to calm down. One of the ways in which […]

Motivational Speech by Burgs

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  A Short Inspirational discourse from Burgs Burgs has recently made a new video to the track, It’s Just a Brief Time, from the Brave Souls album.

Exam After Exam After Exam, Jenny Pewsey

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Borderline Personality Disorder Looking back, Jenny says she probably had mental health issues from an early age. But her food obsessions, panic and anxiety didn’t explode until her first year of medical school when it got so bad that she couldn’t leave her flat. ‘There is so much pressure on young people. Exam after exam […]