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While understanding and awareness about mental health and its issues has increased in the recent years, we are sure there are still some topics that need clarification. As part of our celebration of World Mental Health Month this October, we asked MindNation’s go-to psychologist Riyan Portuguez RPsy RPm (also known as Your Millennial Psychologist on Facebook) to answer the 10 most common questions about mental health and wellness.
Mindfulness coach and wellness advocate Dinah Salonga shares some ways we can set aside the smartphone and reduce our digital distractions.
For Grace De Castro of V+A Consulting, successful businesses will be those who understand that taking care of people should be the priority.
If your team is afraid and anxious about going back to onsite work, business consultant and coach Grace De Castro shares some things you can do to make the transition easier.
Financial coach Yani Moya shares some ways your employees can be better with their money to ensure improved well-being.
MindNation psychologist Maria Teresa Empleo clarifies the myths surrounding therapy and explains the benefits of seeking professional help.
Financial coach Nicole Suarez shares what the fund is for, how much money one should keep in it, and where they can find the money to build it while dealing with reduced income .
To be happy and thriving during uncertain times you need to prioritize all aspects of your well-being.
Do you need help sticking to your financial goals or monitoring your spending and saving? Financial adviser Enery Franklin Dy suggests getting the help of a financial accountability partner.
According to financial planner Mariel Bitanga, the key to good financial health lies in managing your money better and setting clear goals
If you are currently in therapy, MindNation Operations Head Jen Alonte shares some things you can do to make the sessions helpful and effective.
Financial adviser Mariel Bitanga shares strategies to get employees to open up about their financial struggles so that you can give them the help they need.
Financially stressed employees lose nearly one week of productive work days per year and are at higher risk for developing mental health problems.
For MindNation CEO Kana Takahashi and Transcom Global English Region CEO Mark Lyndsell, cultivating empathetic leadership and supporting mental health at work builds happier, healthier, and more productive teams.
Managing A Multigenerational Workforce: Tips To Keep Gen X, Millennial, And Gen Z Employees Thriving And Engaged
How do you keep the different generations in your team happy, healthy, and productive? Business consultant and coach Grace De Castro breaks down the essentials so you can become a compassionate and empathetic leader.
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