5-10 years ago, I wouldn’t have even thought about when or what I was eating, let alone what gluten was. In science lessons at school, I used to think a…
Thank you to View HR's Managing Director, Gemma Murphy, for sharing tips on managing employee mental health around the holidays.
Thank you to the wonderful Gordon Fong, for openly sharing his story of grief this National Grief Awareness Week.
Thank you to View HR's Managing Director, Gemma Murphy, who shares her insight into hidden disabilities at work.
Thank you to guest blogger, Kat Kimber, an Online Dietitian Nutritionist in Dorset, who for this blog discusses disordered eating.
Thank you to guest blogger, Saskia Newman, University Student, for this incredibly honest blog of Living Life with CRPS.
Thank you to guest blogger, Gayleen Hodson, for this blog supporting Anti-bullying Week, and sharing advice regarding workplace bullying.
Growing up, Halloween would be an occasion in which my siblings and I would attend the Light Party at our local church.
View HR's Managing Director, Gemma Murphy's blog, shares her insight into how to support employee financial wellbeing.
Dorset Mind Ambassador Chris, shares his perspective on Black History Month and to learn from the past to take action now.
Mel, Communications Manager at b4b Marketing in Poole tells us her top 5 tips for staying creative in a fast-paced environment.
Ambassador Sarah, blogs for International happiness at work week and offers advice on how she manages her own happiness at work.
Ambassador Lucy Lewis, blogs about her experience as a bisexual person and aims to challenge some of the misconceptions she has come across.
Ambassador Calvin Glen blogs about his mental health to mark World Suicide Prevention Day and above all, his hope for the future.
Thank you for this great advice from our new marketing & social media placement student Fiona, who is studying Media Production at Bournemouth University.
Thank you for this insightful alternative perspective on 'masculinity' from our Ambassador Toby, re-looking at how we can use it for good.
TW: baby loss, grief. Ambassador Craig shares an incredibly difficult real-life experience of baby loss, sharing how grief was for him.
Ambassador Sarah shares her painful experience of losing her Dad - and how she's come to acceptance over the years, learning through counseling.
Today's guest blogger Izzy talks about the benefits that nature can have on our mental health.
View HR's Managing Director, Gemma Murphy's blog, shares her insight into parental bereavement and the relevant workplace laws.
Today's guest blogger Sharon talks about nature and mental health and how they connect.
Today's guest blogger, our CEO Linda O'Sullivan, writes candidly about her experience of caring for family members with Schizophrenia.
Today's guest blogger, Andy Howe, talks about his relationship with running and how it benefits his mental health.
Special needs is a “big world” and not two children are the same, you cannot compare their development or achievements. Having “autism” is not just a diagnosis.
Today's guest blogger, new Dorset Mind Ambassador Alexandra, speaks candidly about her experience of living with Fibromyalgia.
Today's guest blogger is Gemma from View HR who writes about how to support those with disabilities in the work place.
Today's guest blogger is Ali from GiftFit- Ali writes of the link between physical and mental health and the benefits of regular exercise.
Today's guest blogger, Gemma from View HR, writes about the importance of an inclusive work place and how to support LGBTQ+ employees.
Today, CEO Linda and group facilitator John talk about pride and what it means to the community.
Today's guest blogger is Melissa Boyle from b4b marketing, who writes about how finding a healthy work environment improved her mental health.
Huge thanks to our guest blogger and friend of Dorset Mind, Tom Hodgson for writing so candidly about his own mental health journey and what becoming a new dad taught him about his own wellbeing.
Today's returning guest blogger is Nick Rowe who writes candidly about fatherhood and who and what helped him along the way.
Today's guest blogger is Jon mead who writes about his journey with cycling and taking on new challenges to improve his Mental Health
Our second Bike Week Blogger Jack Sherwin writes of how cycling has improved his Mental health and his confidence to do the unimaginable.
Todays guest blogger writes about how engaging in a social sport such as BMX can benefit mental and physical wellness.
My journey with Dorset Mind began when a friend from work who was also a trustee at Dorset Mind suggested that I might like to become a volunteer.
This weeks guest blogger Sarah Hopkins write about the link between physical and mental wellbeing and her own wellness journey.
Thanks to our GAP Project Coordinator Sharon Best for her piece on the benefits that come from reconnecting with nature.
Huge thanks to our guest blogger Ben for his insightful piece about the benefits of including meditation in your wellness routine.
May is 'National Walking Month'-This month our guest blogger Nick Rowe has written about the link between walking and Mental Health.
Our guest blogger Victoria Heeley writes about her fitness journey and taking inspiration from others to stay motivated.
Our guest blogger Gemma from View HR writes about the effects of loneliness in the workplace and on employees and employers alike.
Our guest bloggers Ben & Hayley discuss how Covid and loneliness impacted their work environments and in turn their care for their patients.
In light of Mental Health Awareness Week, our guest blogger Charlotte writes candidly about her experience with loneliness as a teenager.
The second of five blogs being published for Mental Health Awareness Week- Todays blog covers loneliness in marriage and divorce.
In light of Mental Health Awareness Week, our guest blogger Kirsty writes candidly about her experience with loneliness as a mum.
TW: Sensitive content. Blogger Alexis writes about her experience of being pregnant - and in labour - whilst living with Bipolar.
Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week runs from the 3rd-8th of May- This awareness week we focus on perinatal Mental Health.
To mark Lesbian Visibility Day our guest blogger Katie from Space Youth Project has written a blog about acceptance of Lesbian identity.
To mark Stress Awareness Month our guest blogger Gemma from View HR has written about the impact of and laws around workplace stress.