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Mental illness is still taboo in many workplaces. But life can be transformed when you are able to talk to colleagues

Mental illness is still taboo in many workplaces. But life can be transformed when you are able to talk to colleagues

“It can be a wonderful freeing moment opening up about mental health at work”. Many therapists work in several environments and locations. This is a timely reminder that being open to listening and hearing what is going on with your colleagues, as well as with your clients and patients, is a valuable and valued resource.

 

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