Ever had a "gut feeling" about something? It turns out, the connection between our gut and our brain might be stronger than we think.
World Mental Health Day is designed to help people feel hopeful about their mental health, by empowering them to take action and to create lasting positive change in their lives. To mark this year's World Mental Health Day, a few of the Langley Group team share what they do to maintain their mental health on a daily basis.
With so many organisations currently discussing and looking to address stress and burnout, we have to consider if we might be exacerbating the situation by focusing on the negative aspects of stress.
Michael Mosley, one of the world’s leading authorities on health and wellbeing, a science journalist and a best-selling author, answered Sue's questions about the microbiome in your gut, health and wellbeing at this year's Wellness Show.
Experienced coaches are able to use a number of models and interventions to help their clients. Dr. Robert Biswas-Diener suggests how you can become your own ally, to support yourself to achieve your goals.
In June 2018, I had the opportunity to study the Advanced Course on Microbiota and the Brain with the Neuroscience Society of Advanced Studies (NSAS) in San Servolo island in Venice, Italy. […]
Humans experience a broad spectrum of complex feelings, and these emotions contain data about ourselves and the world around us. On any given day, you may experience a wide variety of different emotions such as joy, irritation, calm, disappointment, pride, anger, love and excitement. […]
It was May 8 and the time was approaching for me to head to Venice to attend an Advanced Course on Microbiota and the Brain with the Neuroscience Society of Advanced Studies (NSAS). […]
Sue reflects on her time in Johannesburg, the largest city in South Africa, on 9 May 2018, presenting a keynote at St Stithians College’s inaugural Raising Boys and Girls 2018 Conference.