Mental Wellness Trends in Corporate Organizations

Last Updated on 16 March, 2022

COVID-19 has made people conscious of their health and wellness. Especially it is seen that the post-pandemic corporate industry is more focused on achieving holistic goals and mental wellbeing for its employees. Mental wellbeing has seen a rise in priority, considering how lockdowns have taken a huge toll on people's mental health.

In this podcast, Namrata Jain talks about the various mental wellness trends in the current world and how businesses are implementing them to support their workforce as they march towards with the hope of a Covid-less future.

About the Speaker

Namrata Jain is a TEDx Speaker, Psychologist, Corporate Trainer, and Life Coach with expertise in understanding the human mind-body and spirit through which she guides her clients to live a more balanced, healthy, and spiritual lifestyle. She caters to clients with depression, anxiety, relationship issues, addiction, and work-life stress.

Namrata has evolved an innovative approach towards in-classroom training at Corporate and Educational Institutions. Her focus is new age and more on Experiential Learning as it allows every individual" to be," thus making learning; a process of growth rather than a lecture platform.

Show Notes

(01:27) Tell us about your journey as a mental health professional.

(03:01) Have you noticed any difference between adults and children regarding their mental wellness?

(04:29) How much prominence does mental health have in today's world?

(09:31) Are physical health and mental health co-related?

(11:36) What are the mental health trends you can try in 2022?

(16:36) One-to-one counseling often helps introverts to speak up. What is your opinion on that?

(19:25) How can employers encourage these mental health trends in their organizations?

(24:01) Would you like to share your thoughts with our listeners?

(26:54) How will our listeners be able to reach you?

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