Updated: Wednesday 14 April 2021

For the second week of Stress Awareness Month, the focus is on how we think. Prevention Lead Gosia Bowling and Head of Emotional Wellbeing Brendan Street discuss how our thoughts can sometimes make tough situations seem worse, while offering some healthier habits for our minds.

Updated: Tuesday 13 April 2021

For the first week of Stress Awareness Month, Prevention Lead Gosia Bowling and Head of Emotional Wellbeing Brendan Street discuss how we can ease ourselves back into society.

Updated: Wednesday 24 February 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic is placing healthcare professionals across the world in an unprecedented situation. Gosia Bowling, Prevention Lead, explains the mental health difficulties being faced by many on the frontline as well as self-care tips to reduce the risk of mental ill health.

Updated: Wednesday 24 February 2021

The pandemic has disrupted our lives in many ways, but we are beginning to see light at the end of the tunnel. Gosia Bowling, Prevention Lead of Emotional Wellbeing, explains why we may have experienced a crisis of confidence, and how we can stay resilient as lockdown measures continue to ease.

Updated: Wednesday 24 February 2021

The theme of Mental Health Awareness Week is ‘kindness’ and to mark this we wanted to share our advice on how to be kinder to yourself.

Updated: Friday 15 November 2019

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), also known as winter depression or winter blues, is thought to affect 1 in 15 people in the UK. Gosia Bowling, Prevention Lead at Nuffield Health explains the symptoms and how to deal with them.

Updated: Monday 28 October 2019

Gosia Bowling, Prevention Lead Emotional Wellbeing at Nuffield Health, discusses five key things men should know about the menopause so they can better support their partners.