After what we’ve been through it’s OK to feel differently, and as we enter a new normal it is more important than ever to look after our physical and mental wellbeing.
Consultant Clinical Psychologist Dr Mark Skelding, talks about mental resilience.
Senior Educational & Child Psychologist, Jonny Fee, talks about the stresses pupils face when receiving their exam grades.
Sports Development Officer, Gianni Epifani, talks about the benefits of an active lifestyle and how being active every day is great for our bodies and minds.
Head of the Isle of Man’s Office of Fair Trading, John Peet, talks about the financial pressures many are facing and the help on offer.
Counsellor, Maria Mihalache-Ward, talks about changing your life script.
Counselling Psychologist, Ruari Donald, talks about loneliness.
Registered Dietitian, Nikki Partington, talks about the importance of eating well to keep body and mind healthy.
Counselling Psychologist, Ruari Donald, talks about love in the time of COVID.
Local mindfulness teacher, Julie Bibby, talks about the art of being present.
Arts Development Manager, Jane Corkill, talks about the role the arts can play in boosting wellbeing.
Senior Educational & Child Psychologist, Jonny Fee, talks about the transition to university.
Wildlife Park volunteer, Shirley Corlett, talks about the benefits of giving your time.
Project Officer for UNESCO Biosphere Isle of Man, Jo Overty, talks about seeing life through a different lens at tricky times.
Senior Health Improvement Officer, Sean McLachlan, talks about suicide prevention.
Senior Health Improvement Officer, Lauren McLachlan, talks about giving up smoking.
An anonymous nature lover who suffers with depression, talks about the positive effects of getting outdoors.