The week of April 24th – 30th marked ‘MS awareness’ week. MS charities ran campaigns to support as many as people as possible, in learning about the condition, how it impacts a persons life, and what everyone could do to help.
Many of us are finding it challenging to manage our workload, motivation, boundaries and work/life balance. We’re overwhelmed, exhausted, and not prioritising our own well-being. We want to make changes but are unsure where to start..
If you’re feeling any of these things (or more!) and are a business owner or employee of a micro, small or medium business, then our coaches can help. In partnership with City of York Council’s Inclusive Growth fund, we are providing five free Coaching for Wellbeing sessions which are focused on YOUR well-being.
Unsure exactly what coaching is and wish you could ask someone?
Our coaches will be getting together to answer all your queries about what our coaching service is all about, so get in touch!
The Yormind website and the Chat Chit podcast are two new resources created for young people trying to manage their mental health in York.
A therapist’s reflections on relationships, the counselling relationship, building successful relationships long term, and our relationship with ourselves.
For Self-Care Week 2022, Philipa-Jo has been exploring self-care in our society, what it means to different people, and hopefully helping you to explore what it means for you. Now that we have delved into what self-care is, Philipa-Jo has put together some suggestions and things to think about, when starting your own self-care journey.
Mondays blog (start of Self-Care Week), Philipa-Jo discussed how self-care is viewed and approached, a Self-Care Revolution, and shared some definitions of what self-care means. In today’s blog, Philipa-Jo continues exploring what self-care really means to people by speaking to some of York St John University students.
Todays marks the first day of self-care week, and Philipa-Jo, one of the Centre’s volunteers, will be discussing how we view and approach our self-care, and starting a self-care revolution!
When I was approached to write a blog post for World Menopause Day, I immediately felt a strange mix of gratitude and hesitation. Grateful for the opportunity to discuss an important topic but also, where on earth do I start. Menopause is such a big topic. October marks World Menopause Month, which aims to raise awareness of the menopause and options to improve health and wellbeing for women in mid-life and beyond. Culminating with World Menopause Day on 18 October, the theme for 2022 is cognition and mental health.
David Sanmartino, a student at York St John University, introduces himself and thier exciting new PhD research undertaking!