|It can be natural phenomenon to go through changes or even rough patches in life, whether it's a relationship breakdown, sudden job loss, or perhaps a life transition like having a newborn baby or heading into retirement. Often times, people will seek out the advice or compassion of their loved ones, friends, or even their local hairdresser or doctor. Sometimes, it can be hard to talk to someone in your personal life about the concerns you're experiencing, and the thought of having professional support may arise in your thoughts.
|Blogging has become an ideal and favoured method for quickly and electronically transmitting information around the web. Searching Google for the word blog returns an astounding 6.8 million results which reveals their popularity and scope on an international scale. Narrowing the Google search to a specific niche, it's apparent that blogs house a considerable amount of data and can range from topics of interests such as DIY, resources for WAHMs, personal memoirs or fictional stories and even how-to's of content creation (like how to start a blog in minutes).
|My intention for this blog is to provide helpful information on topics of well-being for any individual who may be struggling with concerns related to their mental health, as well as tips on how to enhance overall health and well-being.
To foster this knowledge sharing, each month the Therapists Corner blog posts will cater to the budding or experienced therapists, as well as anyone with an interest in mental health. I look forward to the opportunity to be able to connect with other therapists in order to learn from their experiences and hear about the motivations that drive them to provide professional healing practices to others.
"Don't get so busy making a living that you forget to make a life."
|The workplace is where many people spend a large portion of their lives, and although the working conditions and environment may be different depending on the type of work being done, the importance of maintaining workers mental health remains the same.
So... just how important is mental health in the workplace? ... Very!