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Lyssa Barber founded the mental health network at UBS. She spoke to us about her driving force and why this initiative is so important. You know that list you sometimes see of ‘top 5 most stressful life events’? I suspect you’re supposed to experience them one at a time. In  2004, I managed to tick...
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Bright Horizons is very proud to sponsor This Can Happen. With 1 in 4 employees in the UK experiencing a mental health challenge this year alone, supporting the wellbeing of our people has never been more important for both the individuals and our organisation.  Research has shown that mental health challenges are the leading cause...
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Angela Steel from SuperWellness spoke to us about healthy eating in the workplace: This Can Happen’s purpose to make prevention a top priority for businesses makes it a very exciting partnership for us. This philosophy of prevention is at the heart of our approach too. We’ve made it our mission to help make workplaces nutrition-smart,...
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Pam Quinn tells us why BIBA is committed to fully supporting every staff member who may be facing mental health challenges. Q. Please can you tell us about BIBA’s work with mental health? Where did the inspiration come from and what are you doing to help your staff? A. At BIBA we have always recognised...
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Lindsey Bennister, MQ Chief Executive, speaks frankly about the impact of mental health on our working lives and tells us what MQ is doing to help. Q. Can you tell us a bit about MQ. What you do, why you do it and what you hope to achieve? A. We’re MQ – the UK’s leading...
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Ruth Sutherland, Samaritans CEO, spoke to us about the importance of this initiative and the impact of stressful working on our mental health.  Every life lost to suicide is a tragedy and Samaritans’ vision is that fewer people die by suicide. Our volunteers receive a call for help every six seconds. People contact us for many...
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Sarah Boddey
Sarah talks about the strategies her workplace has put in place to support staff facing mental health challenges
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Yvonne talks about the importance of creating an organisational culture where employees feel comfortable to talk about mental health issues.
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I was ten when I had my first panic attack. Of course, this was in much less enlightened times, when my understanding of mental illness was restricted to a third-hand account of the plot of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, so I didn’t know what was happening to me. I received a diagnosis of...
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Laura talks about how employers can help those returning to work after mental health related absences.
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