MWU IN THE NEWS
MindWell Founder, Dr. Geoff Soloway, on CTV News Saskatoon discussing healthcare worker burnout and how MindWell for Healthcare workers can help support healthcare workers. The program, designed with the Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions and offered through Wellness Together Canada, has helped over 2000 healthcare workers and will work with nearly 1300 more this month.
TheToronto Sun reported on the MindWellfor Healthcare Workers program and the positive effects reported by healthcare worker participants. The program, designed with the Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions and offered through Wellness Together Canada, has helped over 2000 healthcare workers and will work with nearly 1300 more this month.
Barb Campbell, MindWell for Healthcare Workers facilitator and nurse, shared what it's been like for healthcare workers on the frontline both through this pandemic and also before it and how programs like MindWell's can help. The program, designed with the Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions and offered through Wellness Together Canada, has helped over 2000 healthcare workers and will work with nearly 1300 more this month.
MindWell founder, Dr. Geoff Soloway connected with Global News AM640 Toronto about MindWell for Healthcare Workers, a program offered through Wellness Together Canada and the Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions. Hear about the program and the specific skills healthcare workers can expect to learn through the program.
MindWell for Healthcare Workers, a program designed by healthcare workers for healthcare workers to reduce stress, build resilience and boost overall mental health and well-being has already helped over 2000 participants and is running again!
McMaster prof in Hamilton leading $1M ‘pandemic PTSD’ study of healthcare professionals - aptly coinciding with the launch of the third session of the MindWell for Healthcare Workers program.
University of Alberta
MindWell is proud to be partnering with Covenant Health and nursing professor Susan Sommerfeldt from the University of Alberta in exploring the impacts of mindfulness training on organizational culture and psychological health and safety in the workplace.
The QEII Foundation announces a generous donation of $600,000 from RBC to continue their E-Mental Health Initiative for Nova Scotians. MindWell is proud to be apart of this E-Mental Health Initiative to bring accessible and free mental health resources to Nova Scotia.
BCBUSINESS tells employers that now more than ever employees need a strong wellness program. Ever since the pandemic started there has been a shift in how organizations approach employee well-being, which makes now the time to bring in programs like MindWell. MindWell's Founder, Dr. Geoff Soloway talks about the mental health crisis pre-covid and how this crisis has been heightened by the uncertainty of COVID-19.
Human Resources Director (HRD)
The World Health Organization raised the level of concern and need for action in support of our mental wellbeing to avoid a mental health crisis. “The mental health and wellbeing of whole societies have been severely impacted by [the COVID-19] crisis and are a priority to be addressed urgently,” they expressed. Dr. Geoff Soloway, Founder of MindWell U, shares how mindful leaders can regulate their emotions during times of high stress and are more capable of sharing their own vulnerability, fostering openness and support within their organizations.
News Talk 1010
Mindfulness was shown to be the only coping strategy to have a positive impact across 15 mental health concerns in a recent Mental Health Commission of Canada survey of Canadians since the onset of COVID-19. MindWell Founder Dr. Geoff Soloway shares how mindfulness serves as an adaptive coping strategy during the pandemic and beyond.
Global News Radio
MindWell Founder Dr. Geoff Soloway discusses how mindfulness training helps us build positive mental health, especially important during times of increased stress. Louise Bradley, President and CEO of the Mental Health Commission of Canada opens the segment sharing the results of a recent survey on the mental health impacts of COVID-19 on Canadians.