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  • February, 2015:   Management Today publishes an article on how ignoring depression is bad business.  

  • August 2014:  With the recent death of actor Robin Williams, the Open University explains how you can help someone you think may be suffering from mental health issues and advise you on how to cope if you are personally affected:  

  • May, 2014:  New research from Harvard finds that "We do not learn from experience ... we learn from reflecting on experience"  

  • February 2014:  The Office for National Statistics reports that almost 12% of sick leave is due to stress, anxiety or depression.  It is an increase to over 15 million sick days in 2013 compared to less than 11 million in 2010.  

  • January 2014:  Sheryl Sandberg, the Facebook COO talks with  Pat Mitchell about the reaction to her TedTalk in 2010 and explores the ways that women still struggle with success:

  • January 2014:  Oliver Burkeman explores the quality of decisions made on gut feeling compared with those based on data:

  • January 2014:  neuroscientist Sandra Aamodt explores the science behind why dieting not only doesn't work, but is likely to do more harm than good:

  • December 2013:  The Telegraph's Life Coach examines health resolutions for the new year:

Catherine Mulcaster is an experienced  counsellor and coach in Sharnbrook (nr Bedford)  and Northampton
Catherine Mulcaster is an experienced  counsellor and coach in Sharnbrook and Northampton
  • December 2013:  Andrew Solomon, writer on politics, culture and psychology talks about his personal experience of depression:

  • September 2013: Psychologist Kelly McGonical sees the positive in stress and introduces a way of reducing stress, namely reaching out to others:



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