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Depression, Anxiety And Inertia

 How they are all linked.

Man is experience depression at work

Category:   Self care, Self-awareness Courses

Depression, anxiety, and inertia are three common challenges that can impact both physical and mental well-being, personally and professionally. While each of these challenges presents differently, they are often interconnected and can exacerbate one another.

The link between these challenges is complex and can often feed into one another. For example, depression can lead to increased anxiety and inertia, while anxiety can exacerbate depression and decrease motivation. Additionally, inertia can increase anxiety and depression as individuals struggle to meet work demands and feel accomplished.

Individuals and employers need to recognise the impact of depression, anxiety, and inertia on physical and mental well-being at work. Individuals can better manage these challenges and maintain a healthy work-life balance by prioritising mental health and well-being. In this workshop, you'll learn the strategies to address these challenges, including individual therapy, stress-management techniques, flexible work arrangements, and workplace accommodations to support individuals with mental health challenges.

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Introduction to Mindfulness and Meditation. Attention & Focus practices.

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the Mind and

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Embracing uncertainty & change

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Understanding cause &


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The power of compassion (benefits for ourselves and others).



This workshop can help individuals and organisations promote a healthier, more productive, and more fulfilling work environment. We will cover various aspects of mental health and well-being, including symptoms, causes, and treatments for depression, anxiety, and inertia. It may also explore the impact of these challenges on physical health and work performance and how they can contribute to absenteeism, decreased productivity, and interpersonal conflicts. By understanding these challenges and their interconnections, individuals can learn strategies to manage them and promote overall well-being in the workplace. Employers can create a more supportive and productive work environment by prioritising mental health and well-being, reducing absenteeism and turnover rates, and improving overall work performance.

Our courses provide management with tools on how to measure & report ongoing well-being outcomes.

Who should attend? 


Key management/staff.


The session run for 1 hour depending on the time permitted. 
We offer in-person and online training options.

  * If interested in customizing this training to meet specific requirements, please contact us.

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