A manageable level of anxiety can be a normal part of our everyday lives.  However, increased levels of anxiety can be debilitating, leading to a lack of confidence, social isolation or to absenteeism or presenteeism in the workplace.

As people continue to live with the effects of the pandemic, demand for mental health services is at an all-time high; add to this the cost of living crisis, with incomes expected to fall in real terms for many people; and the news being dominated by the war in Ukraine.  Join Carolyn Taylor, Head of Mental Health, Resilience and Wellbeing, as she looks at the issue of anxiety - how the current pressures may be affecting people in the workplace, and the practical steps employers can take to support their workforce during these difficult times.  
Carolyn Taylor

Head of Mental Health, Resilience and Wellbeing

Carolyn works at a strategic level to drive our clients' health agenda, in conjunction with her medical colleagues.  

She has over 20 years' experience across a range of industries, with a specific focus on supporting the energy industry. Over that period, Carolyn has built an extensive knowledge base, visiting offshore installations around the UK and Europe, conducting training, workshops and providing individual support on all aspects of mental health, resilience and trauma.   

Carolyn is an accredited CBT psychotherapist, an accredited EMDR practitioner, Mental Health Trainer, Post Trauma Consultant and Trauma Risk Manager.
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