Wellbeing

Today’s Youth, Tomorrow’s Future

27/11/2019

Our Chief Executive reports on sixth-form students in Cumbria who are urging employers and academics to do more to improve mental health and well-being in young people.Find Out more

Wellbeing in the Workplace

02/07/2019

Chief Executive, Godfrey Owen, commissioned a staff wide survey to uncover how employees really feel about wellbeing at the moment, and specifically what everyone thinks about working at Brathay.Find Out more

Wellbeing: a sufficiency of wealth

26/11/2018

Guest writer Sir Christopher Ball, a Fellow of Brathay and founder of the 10in10, shares his thoughts on wellbeing and a sufficiency of wealth in the third blog of a three part series.Find Out more

Wellbeing: good health

12/11/2018

Guest writer Sir Christopher Ball, a Fellow of Brathay and founder of the 10in10, shares his thoughts on wellbeing and good health in the second blog of a three part series.Find Out more

Wellbeing: the pursuit of happiness

29/10/2018

Guest writer Sir Christopher Ball, a Fellow of Brathay and founder of the 10in10, shares his thoughts on wellbeing and the pursuit of happiness in the first blog of a three part series.Find Out more

What wellbeing means to me

01/10/2018

Guest writer Dr Rebecca Robinson, Consultant in Sports and Exercise Medicine, explains what wellbeing means to her and how it helps in her work with patients.Find Out more

Walking for Wellbeing

03/09/2018

Guest writer Beth Pipe, outdoor writer, blogger and founder of Walk One Stop, explains why walking is so good for general wellbeing.Find Out more

Wellbeing and me - how e-cycling has enhanced my personal wellbeing

11/07/2018

Our Chief Executive, Godfrey Owen, explains how e-cycling has enhanced his personal wellbeing and how you should take the time to look at your own wellbeing too.Find Out more

It’s all about wellbeing

14/05/2018

At the start of Mental Health Awareness Week we look at the links to wellbeing, which lies at the heart of our work with young people.Find Out more

Wellbeing – leaving the shame game behind

02/01/2018

Guest writer Jacqui Sjenitzer, a trained coach, psychologist and Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator, discusses wellbeing, and how childhood shame messages affect the way adults subsequently live, lead and work.Find Out more