What is anxiety? How much do we, as staff in education, really know about anxiety and how to treat it?
This self help guide, developed with Anxiety UK, looks at how anxiety develops and explains the physical, psychological and behavioural symptoms associated with anxiety. There is guidance on the management and treatment of anxiety and crucially details on where you can get support.Feature published on Wed, 30/01/2013 - 10:59
Work-life balance is essentially about choice and flexibility, balancing life and work, balancing the needs of the school (employer) and members (employees) and creating the best environment for performance and job satisfaction.
Key criteria for depression; some of the signs of depression; and who is most at risk.
Bereavement is common – one in four adults will have experienced the death of someone close in the last five years. Despite this, it can be an emotionally devastating experience. People today seem to talk about it less often than our parents or grandparents did, perhaps because now we tend to encounter it later on in life.
Any major relationship problem can have serious consequences on your psychological, emotional and sometimes physical wellbeing. Most recurrent or serious problems need to be resolved proactively, as they will not go away of their own accord.