Posts Tagged ‘mental health’
What’s the brain got to do with it?
Leadership Development Series #4 In the last decade or so, neuroscience has revolutionized the field of behavioral health and has provided some much needed scientific data to help explain why we do what we do. In this session, we take a dip into the world of brain science to learn about the body’s stress response…Read More
Examination of Values Is a Good Place to Start
We start and end our professional development as a group. Our aim is to create a cohort feel so that your employees can talk with each other as they move through the program and share their experiences together. We have found that this helps people to understand the concepts even more and helps build confidence…Read More
Leadership Development Series helps employees develop soft skills
We are well into our third run of the Leadership Development Series with the Alliance for Nonprofit Resources and The Center for Community Resources and we’d like to share what we’re experiencing, seeing, and learning with the community. We are excited to be working with Christy Stuber of Christy Stuber Coaching to…Read More
Connected and Protected
A big focus of the type of therapy I do has to do with having healthy relationships. The theory goes that by having healthy relationships we can become personally empowered and healthier. Relationship empowerment equates to personal empowerment. And vice versa. This is not just about our closest of relationships but about all of our…Read More
Do we always have to win the argument?
Please welcome Amy Whitney to Spero Group. This is her first Mental Health Monday. Amy brings a wealth of experience in the health care field to our group. She will be working with businesses to provide emotional health and wellness solutions as part of our Workplace Wellness program. It is interesting how we become different…Read More
Good morning. I know- it’s been awhile. Life and other things have diverted the energy needed to write these posts. Rather than beat myself up, I am extending some mercy to myself. I have been working on this concept for awhile, and recently I have started co-reading “Hallelujah Anyway:Rediscovering Mercy” by Anne Lamott with…Read More
Our mental health is something to be aware of and taken care of on a regular basis. Suicide rates are on the rise and depression does not discriminate. It is our job to fight the stigma that prevents people from receiving the proper care that might save their lives. This is a great example of…Read More
My meditation this morning ended with “Every day on this planet is a miracle.” A simple but true way to see the world. Waking up is a miracle. The ice on the trees by the creek is a miracle. Looking out the window on a gorgeous zero degree day while comfortably wearing socks and a…Read More