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  2. Feb 2021
    1. AuthenticityCommunityCompassionIntegrityRespect

      These are synonymous with my core values, which makes this place much more appealing to visit - seeing these are it's values.

    2. Nest’s mission is to be a welcoming and inclusive environment, offering a compassionate and holistic approach to healing and growth through energy, touch and movement.

      I think this is an awesome mission statement and that this owner/website designer took a business class and they understand mission, values, and vision.

  3. Dec 2020
    1. ReconfigBehSci {@SciBeh} (2020) The pandemic proves we all should know ‘psychological first aid.’ Here are the basics. /lifestyle/wellness/pandemic-psychological-first-aid-anxiety/2020/09/21/7c68d746-fc23-11ea-9ceb-061d646d9c67_story.html?tid=ss_tw. Twitter. Retrieved from: https://twitter.com/SciBeh/status/1308461925785837573

  4. Nov 2020
    1. The best course of action is to discreetly arrange a one-to-one meeting, and sensitively explore how he’s feeling. It can be useful to write a wellness action plan together. This is a document in which the employee writes down information about the mental-health problems he’s experiencing, and what triggers exist in his workplace that contribute to these feelings. You can then draw up a strategy together for how to help him improve his mental health in the workplace, and make a list of actions that both of you can take to help get him back on track.

      A manager can sit down with the affected employee and write an wellness action plan. This will include:

      • Employee's mental health problems
      • Triggers within the workplace
      • A strategy to work together with employee to help them improve in the workplace.
      • A list of actions that can be done. e.g. Counseling, reduce working time, set limits with coworkers
  5. Oct 2020
    1. We found that those medications, some of them at least 40 years past their manufacture date, still retained full potency
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  9. Aug 2018
    1. The minute the phrase “having it all” lost favor among women, wellness came in to pick up the pieces. It was a way to reorient ourselves — we were not in service to anyone else, and we were worthy subjects of our own care. It wasn’t about achieving; it was about putting ourselves at the WB_wombat_top of a list that we hadn’t even previously been on. Wellness was maybe a result of too much having it all, too much pursuit, too many boxes that we’d seen our exhausted mothers fall into bed without checking off. Wellness arrived because it was gravely needed.
  10. Feb 2016