Online clinic on stress & anxiety at work 2014

15-21Oct2014

From 15-21 October 2014 NHS Choices and talkhealth teamed up with Capstone, Anxiety UK and Blurt to present an Online Clinic on stress and anxiety at work.  The clinic is now only open for viewing.

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The clinic is an online forum, please contact us if you’re unsure how it works!

Clinical experts answered questions regarding stress and anxiety at work. Topics included, symptoms and management of stress, depression, different types of anxiety, and young people with anxiety and you can read the questions and answers in this clinic by clicking the blue ‘Go to this Online Clinic’ button above.

Please also check our list of future clinic dates here.

Medical Experts

  • Professor Sir Cary Cooper

    CBE, FAcSS

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  • Briege Coyle

    Netmums’ Health Visitor

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  • Adam Eason

    Clinical & Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapist

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  • Wendy Green

    Health Expert & Author - BSc (Hons) Health Studies

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  • Janine Ward

    Accredited Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner

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CLINIC SPONSORS

Capstone publish a range of personal development books Capstone publish a range of personal development books designed to help you beat stress & anxiety and to feel happier and more positive about life and work. Our authors are renowned experts in their fields and have been helping people to overcome their problems, to improve positive mental thinking, to re-gain confidence and to stress less.

Clarity from Jamie Smart will help you clear your mind, improve concentration, reduce stress levels and increase productivity. Benjamin Bonetti’s How to Stress Less shows you how to combat stress by taking action and intentionally rejecting it when it rears its ugly head.

For more information and to view our range of personal development books visit the website

CLINIC PARTNERS

Netmums

Founded in 2000 with more than a million unique users each week Netmums is twice of the size of any other parenting site. The site hosts over 150 local websites, 2,300 bloggers and 500 national meet-up groups for mums, and is the only parenting site to provide professional support to its users. Each year over three and a half million parents are supported by Netmums specially trained teams of parenting experts, including staff from Relate, Women’s Aid and the Family Rights Group. The site also provides free one-to-one support for more than 30,000 of the UK’s most vulnerable mums each year. For more information on Netmums.

 

CHARITY PARTNERS

Anxiety UK

Anxiety UK is a user-led charity with more than forty years’ experience in supporting those living with anxiety. Anxiety disorders are common and treatable. Anxiety UK is a user-led charity with more than forty years’ experience in supporting those living with anxiety. Anxiety disorders are common and treatable. Anxiety UK works to relieve and support those living with these conditions by providing information, support and understanding via an extensive range of services, including fast access to reduced cost 1:1 therapy services.

The Anxiety UK helpline alone receives over 16,000 calls a year from people suffering from phobias and anxiety disorders.

The charity provides support to people with any anxiety condition, or specific phobia such as fear of spiders, blushing, vomiting, being alone, public speaking, heights - in fact, any fear that stops people from living their lives to the full. More information about Anxiety UK

Blurt

The Blurt Foundation is a user-led community interest company which exists to support, help and inspire those affected by depression who may have lost belief in themselves, and hope for the futureThe Blurt Foundation is a user-led community interest company which exists to support, help and inspire those affected by depression who may have lost belief in themselves, and hope for the future.

We do this by; offering comprehensive, free, online resources which provide easy to understand information on depression, engaging in a lively and successful social media presence and by providing a bank of online mentors who are carefully matched to individuals in need of some extra support.

Mentors are an ear for those needing someone to listen to or connect with at a time in their lives when they feel lonely and frightened and when they don’t know where else to go for help.

Founded in 2011, The Blurt Foundation, came about as a result of personal experience and a passionate desire to create a different, more hopeful, experience for others.

The CIC also exists to engage with medical practitioners, employers and companies in the community to burst the stigma of depression and work to educate and support them to reach a greater understanding and empathy for those affected by depression. More information about Blurt