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Workshops, Webinars and Courses. Based on the latest scientific research and designed to build resilience and wellbeing. So your people and business can thrive.

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Why Choose The Peachy Mind

At The Peachy Mind we do things differently. Combining professional expertise with clinical experience, we’re passionate about going upstream and teaching your people how to swim and navigate life’s stormy waters so you can stay on course for success. Find out more in this video featuring our founder Rebecca Smith MSc MBACP.

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Simone Biles – ‘The Perfect Gymnast’

What can business leaders learn from Simon Biles prioritising her mental wellbeing? Simone Biles, American Gymnast has been praised for prioritising her mental wellbeing during the Tokyo 2021 Olympics. The Olympics demand perfection but has this pressure finally caught up with Simone Biles? What can we learn about the impact of perfectionism on performance and mental wellbeing in the workplace. A Culture of Perfectionism A

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What employees want you to know about their mental wellbeing as restrictions lift.

As restrictions in the UK come to an end, signalling a return to the office for many, how can you support mental wellbeing? Now is a key time for demonstrating your commitment to supporting mental wellbeing. How smoothly the transition goes will directly impact your peoples wellbeing and their ability to maintain it and remain at work in the longer term. It helps to understand

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Hope for 2021

Cultivating Hope is Good for Our Mental Wellbeing. This year its been hard to feel hopeful. It’s been a year full of challenges and uncertainty, not to mention loss and loneliness. However the science tell us that having hope or feeling hopeful is good for our mental wellbeing and the good news is that even if we’re not naturally hopeful its something we can learn.

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