Mental health in the workplace has often been taboo but it is becoming more of an issue these days with the event we are currently experiencing. What is the impact of mental health on women at work and what are the best practices for better work-life balance?
Join Heather Bolton, Head of Psychology at Unmind and Charlotte Fox Weber, Head of Psychotherapy at The School of Life to explore these areas in our online chat with Caroline Ramade next Thursday. We’ll discuss:
- Women/Men VS Mental Health
- Cases of burnout of women in the technology sector
- Stress management tools for women founders and new habits to adopt
- Using the experience of the COVID crisis to improve tomorrow’s working life for all of us
ABOUT DR HEATHER BOLTON
Dr Heather Bolton is a clinical psychologist and BABCP-accredited cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) therapist. She is Head of Psychology at Unmind, a company aiming to help employees around the world proactively manage their mental wellbeing, through a digital platform. She’s responsible for making sure everything on the platform is clinically sound and evidence-based so that it’s impactful, effective and genuinely improves people’s lives. Before joining Unmind, Heather worked in the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) for around ten years, mainly focusing on improving access to therapy for people with depression and anxiety disorders.
ABOUT CHARLOTTE FOX WEBER
Charlotte Fox Weber, Head of Psychotherapy at The School of Life, a global organisation dedicated to developing emotional intelligence by applying psychology, philosophy, and culture to everyday life. Charlotte is a Registered and Accredited by the UK Council for Psychotherapy & Registered Member of British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy. I am deeply interested in issues with anxiety and emotional management, relationships, low self-esteem and confidence, family dynamics, feeling stuck or lost, creativity blocks, and loss of meaning. I work in a way that is collaborative and relational, in both time-limited and longer-term therapy. Working closely together, psychotherapy helps people have a better understanding of the problems of living in order to make changes that serve growth and personal fulfilment.