Creating positive change in the hospitality industry, SpaYse continues to advise clients on best-practices in taking care of candidates welfare and development. Putting the following steps in place, SpaYse International’s mission is to ensure risks are managed ahead of time:
Holistic vs Medical Approaches to Wellness
As the number of cases of mental health episodes rise – 1 in 3 professionals are expected to experience a problem within their careers – so do pressures on medical services for those seeking help. Faced with government funding cuts reported to be below that for 2012 despite increased demand, due to increased waiting times and reduced availability, the National Health Service is bearing the brunt of the health epidemic of our time. Alleviating pressure on services, the use of alternative therapies are becoming increasingly popular in the treatment of mental health.
Holistic approaches to mental health are not new yet previously treatments have been viewed as too specialist to the wider public, with limited resources on how best to apply practices to the workplace. As the wellness trend moves mainstream, therapies become more accessible with better information and awareness of the benefits to be had.
SpaYse International explores a selection of these treatments in relation to the hospitality industry, along with how companies can implement into wellness strategies to improve overall health of employees:
Introducing SpaYse International partnership with Zoe Clews
Speaking to hypnotherapy expert Zoe Clews she believes hypnotherapy – and holistic healing practices in general – should be reframed as a viable and effective option for improving mental health, especially in the workplace.
“Hypnosis is a way of achieving brilliantly positive change, no matter how insurmountable the problem may seem.”
In a treatment session, focusing intently on a memory, thought or feeling, awareness of peripheral stimuli are reduced whilst openness to suggestion are heightened. Goal-focused methods are applied often in conjunction with cognitive behavioural therapies (CBT) for a desired outcome such as increasing motivation or changing behavioural patterns.
Used to combat anxiety, chronic pain, depression, insomnia and phobias, as well as improve confidence, hypnotherapy can be applied a variety of ways to increase better mental health.
Zoe sums it up, “We’re all individual and we all have our own story and a unique vision of where we want to be.”
#SpaYseStories – Wellness Panel event
SpaYse International is built on a foundation of integrity and excellence, driven by results. We aim to create positive change in the hospitality industry. SpaYse continues to advise clients on best-practices in taking care of candidates welfare and development. Invested in not only progressing long-term company culture on behalf of clients but advancing substantial and fulfilling careers on behalf of candidates. We hold wellness as a core component of these values.
We’re bringing together the brightest minds in hospitality wellness, including Eventwell, Sanctus and Zoe Clews.
Join us for the #SpaYseStories Wellness Panel event.
We’ll be discussing strategies to increase awareness and education of health-based initiatives along with a key framework of how to implement these into your businesses.
Tickets can be purchased through Eventbrite
Included in the price: entry, breakfast & networking.
Get in touch with the SpaYse team to discuss your company’s wellness policies for 2018: firstname.lastname@example.org
© SpaYse International 2018
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