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Headtorch in the News with the Sunday Mirror

Kicking off Mental Health Awareness Week, Headtorch are in the news with the Sunday Mirror. Top tips include getting away from your desk at lunch, talk to somebody and remember

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What do you do with your Negativity Bias?

Happy new year! What a vlog to start the year – it’s Angie Strachan, performance poet extraordinaire. Angie says,  “This poem is about our nagging inner critic that likes to

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Mental Health at Work – The Great £20m Robbery & Creating a Business Case

“If you had an organisation with a £20m hole in it, you’d be all over it like a rash.  Because its mental health it’s ignored.”  “The challenge is to come

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Disclosure, Individuals and Flexibility: Reflections on this week’s HeadReading.

This week I’ve been doing some reading. Rather than devouring a recent Mills & Boon (the gloriously trashy Married for the Sheik’s Duty) or pretending to read Das Kapital, I’ve

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Lots and lots and lots and lots

Bring down the balloons, put away that piñata. Divide up that cake, and take down the celebrations. 10th October, World Mental Health Day is over for another year Here at

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Every Dog Has Its Day

HeadBlog is delighted to have guest Vlogger Angie Strachan treat us with her performance poetry – enjoy and share   Angie has a keen interest in raising awareness of Mental

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I’m Coming Back On Monday

Today I’m talking with Steven Murray, who plays the character of Derek in The Guessing Game I first heard Steven’s story – a long battle with mental ill-health,  substance abuse

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Hello… Is Anybody Listening?

   Delighted to welcome guest Headblogger,  Lorna McCallum “They just didn’t want to listen” the young woman said to her companion. I overheard this conversation as I was doing my

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“5 people died” – Never Judge as You Never Know

Another guest Headblog from our very own Angus Robinson!   I was having dinner with the technical director of a business I know. He’s very quiet, shy, and dare I

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Mixing it Up With The Headblogger: Make a change and catch the sunshine

Last week I had the ambition to write a mental health manifesto, a practical guide to good mental health. Yet I never got around to writing it; I wasn’t feeling

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Personnel Today: Managing Mental Health
Great article in Personnel Today from Amy McDonald, Founder & CEO of Headtorch: Economic uncertainty can have a huge effect on employees’ mental health, whether they are an EU national worrying about what Brexit will mean for them, somebody aggrieved by the outcome of the referendum, or unsure about their job security. This World Mental […]

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Work’s Mental 15th November 2018 – Speakers Announced
The mental health at work conference announces an amazing line up of speakers. Don’t miss this one, it’s going to be a cracker! Dr Alys Cole-King Consultant Liaison Psychiatrist 4 Mental Health & Connecting with People Back in January, Alys was interviewed in The Guardian about the effects of stress in the workplace on NHS […]

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Work’s Mental – Energising Mental Health at Work Conference
ENERGISING MENTAL HEALTH AT WORK THURSDAY 15 NOVEMBER 2018, (register 9:15) 10:00 – 16:00 The Senate Room at the   Book Early Bird tickets NOW – SAVE £50! Book Tickets Here Tickets for our Work’s Mental Conference, run in collaboration with the University of Glasgow are now available to book. If you book before 20 […]

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Work’s Mental Conference – Save the date
Energising Mental Health at Work SAVE THE DATE brought to you by Headtorch and Professor Frank Pollick, psychology department, the University of Glasgow  Work’s Mental 2018, the conference you’ve all been waiting for… a distinguished line up of speakers … networking … vibrant discussion … live performance … knowledge sharing 15th November 2018 10 – […]

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The Unexpected Life Coach
I thought to myself, ‘call Karen, she’ll know what I should do’. I have thought this phrase so many times over the past 17 years I’ve lost count.  Karen is my ‘go to’ person for everything. I don’t know how it started, how she became the first person I call when I need advice. She […]

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