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Talent Spotlight: Geoff Maggs

I have been an advocate of mental health support in the workplace for a number of years and was really impressed when I discovered what was on offer from Mynurva. The company is really transforming the mental health space, allowing members direct access to UK-qualified therapists via secure online video, 7 days-a-week.

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In the past year, students have had their schedules turned upside down, and looking after mental and emotional health during these times

The rapidly changing military situation in Afghanistan as the US pulled its troops out of the country has once again shone a light on the mental toll on our servicemen and women in active duty on the frontline.

Mynurva’s UX For Accessible Mental Healthcare

Mynurva’s transformative technology for mental health

In the world we live in technology now assists in many areas of our day-to-day lives. With further advances in growing technologies healthcare support has become more accessible as it can be accessed on smartphones, tablets, computers, and other digital devices.

How mental health took centre stage at Tokyo 2020

Athletes and elite sportsmen and women find themselves under huge pressure, with the weight of expectation of their coaches, teammates, fans and, in some cases, their country on their shoulders.

Maintain good mental health with Mynurva’s wellbeing pathway

We’ve developed a wellbeing pathway – focused on providing preventative support for people who simply need a safe space to talk.
One of the barriers to accessing formalised therapy is meeting a threshold – something we call caseness. This assumes that someone needs to be ‘ill enough’ before they can get help.

Meet our New Risk & Safeguarding Lead

Hi James, what is your role at Mynurva?
I currently work as a clinical advisor and the risk and safeguarding lead.

How long have you been working with Mynurva?
I started in November 2020 through an agency. Recently I have been taken on permanently, and I start on Monday.

Balancing work-life as a Mynurva Therapist

According to The Guardian, in 2019, over a quarter of the UK population had some experience of remote working but only 5% worked from home exclusively. The pandemic has seen a necessary shift to remote working for many.

Mynurva’s Teletherapy Service Improves Access to Mental Health Care

In 2020, the nation’s healthcare moved online, including mental healthcare, and according to a recent survey conducted by Psychiatrist Dr Jennifer Severe of the University of Michigan (U-M), almost 50% of 244 psychiatry patients included in her study would prefer to continue with virtual mental healthcare even after the pandemic is over.

Empowering SMEs with Employee Mental Health Support

According to the Health & Safety Executive (HSE), one in four people in the UK will have a mental health problem at some point which means around 25% of the UK workforce will suffer from mild to more severe mental health problems in their lifetime, with even pre-existing conditions being aggravated by work stress.

Partnering with Pampers to Help NHS Heroes

Help NHS Heroes was born out of the COVID-19 crisis when Jason Mawer saw an exhausted NHS nurse in tears after finishing a shift and finding her local supermarket shelves emptied by panic buyers. Unable to provide basic food for herself and her family, she took to social media to make an emotional appeal.

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Nafsii launching in Palestine

Nafsii will be expanding their text based mental health service into Palestine. This is in partnership with Jawwal Telecom

Covid’s impact on mental health

Research out of the USA, states more than 30% of US citizens are reporting suffering from pandemic-related anxiety and depression.

The real cost of poor mental health at work

Written by Dr Zain Sikafi, this feature discussing mental health in the workplace and how digital health services can support working professionals was published by Hospital Times.