Mental Health Programme

At world of Venuz we focus on the mental wellbeing of people if not equally, a little bit more than the physical wellbeing.  This ethos is practised due to the information that we have gathered via numerous researches carried out by leading academic institutions globally as well as researches and other programmes run by many leading organisations and individuals advocating for mental health.

Our founder- Dr Bindunie Rowland being a mindfulness and meditation practitioner for over 30 years, has been working with such research programmes extensively and globally.  This experience let her to advocate for mental health and mental wellbeing of people in a major scale. She is conducting  an evidence based practise on mental wellness based on the fact that by  training the mind and boosting the mental health can massively contribute towards the physical health of people.

To advocate for the growing numbers of mental health issues in the society we run a number of programmes.

  1. Raising awareness on Body dysmorphia

Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD or Body Dysmorphia) is a mental health condition in which the sufferer spends a lot of time worrying about ‘flaws’ in their appearance that are unnoticeable to others.

People of any age can have BDD, but it’s most common in teenagers and young adults. BDD can seriously affect one’s daily life, work, social life and relationships. BDD can also lead to depression, self-harm and even thoughts of suicide.

Dr Rowland is particularly interested in advocating for young age groups such as she believes in the grass root level approach to any resolutions. Through her cosmetic practise she has come across a shockingly large number of body dysmorphic cases in this age group increasing rapidly over the last few years.

We offer free education and awareness programmes for schools and for any community and not just stopping at talking about it, we run a few programmes to help and deal with it through life coaching and mindfulness practise.

  1. Mental Health at Work

Common mental health problems and stress can exist independently. For example, people can have workrelated stress and physical changes such as high blood pressure, without experiencing anxiety and depression. They can also have anxiety and depression without experiencing stress.

  • In 2018/19 stress, depression or anxiety accounted for 44% of all work-related ill health cases and 54% of all working days lost due to ill health.

A Summary of findings related to Stress in the UK 2019

  • 48% of the British population are stressed at least once a week, for 12%, that’s every single day
  • Men feel more stressed at home than at work, while more women feel stressed at work than at home
  • More than half of women are stressed at work at least once a week… for 23% it’s at least once a day
  • Workload stresses 43% of men and stresses 53% of women
  • 30% of women go on social media at least once a day due to stress
  • More than 1 in 10 women have left their job due to stress in the last 12 months
  • More than 1 in 10 people are thinking about leaving their job due to stress
  • 15% of UK workers are stressed at work because of Brexit
  • 16% of women are stressed by their boss
  • Primary cause of workplace stress is workload
  • One in three women will escape to the toilet at least once a week when stressed
  • Over one in five women will escape to the toilet at least once a day when stressed
  • Almost half (39%) of the British population is stressed at least once a week at work. For 15% it’s every single day.

At Venuz we believe in Mindfulness training to be the key solution to work place stress. Research has shown that, bringing mindfulness to the workplace has the potential to decrease people’s stress and anxiety through heightened awareness, which in turn leads to improved performance. Also, perhaps most importantly from a leadership perspective, mindfulness encourages engagement. Being fully present as a leader— and allowing your team to be fully in the moment — will reap rewards both personally and professionally.

  1. Mental Health Awareness for Sport and Physical Activity

Sports performance has been a hot topic in the past few decades and many studies have been done on factors that affect sports performance. Everything from diet to training methods has been studied. Perhaps one of the most important aspects of sports performance is the athlete’s ability to train the mind to put themselves in the best situation to compete. This can come in many different forms. Mindfulness and meditation are the main focus. Many different theories have been studied. It is important to train the mind just as you would train the body. Using mindfulness techniques have been shown to increase athletic ability and focus. This review of literature will examine at how mindfulness techniques have been used to increase performance and the athletes ability to cope with inner and external stimuli to increase the competitive edge.

Mental Health Programme

At world of Venuz we focus on the mental wellbeing of people if not equally, a little bit more than the physical wellbeing.  This ethos is practised due to the information that we have gathered via numerous researches carried out by leading academic institutions globally as well as researches and other programmes run by many leading organisations and individuals advocating for mental health.

Our founder- Dr Bindunie Rowland being a mindfulness and meditation practitioner for over 30 years, has been working with such research programmes extensively and globally.  This experience let her to advocate for mental health and mental wellbeing of people in a major scale. She is conducting  an evidence based practise on mental wellness based on the fact that by  training the mind and boosting the mental health can massively contribute towards the physical health of people.

To advocate for the growing numbers of mental health issues in the society we run a number of programmes.

  1. Raising awareness on Body dysmorphia

Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD or Body Dysmorphia) is a mental health condition in which the sufferer spends a lot of time worrying about ‘flaws’ in their appearance that are unnoticeable to others.

People of any age can have BDD, but it’s most common in teenagers and young adults. BDD can seriously affect one’s daily life, work, social life and relationships. BDD can also lead to depression, self-harm and even thoughts of suicide.

Dr Rowland is particularly interested in advocating for young age groups such as she believes in the grass root level approach to any resolutions. Through her cosmetic practise she has come across a shockingly large number of body dysmorphic cases in this age group increasing rapidly over the last few years.

We offer free education and awareness programmes for schools and for any community and not just stopping at talking about it, we run a few programmes to help and deal with it through life coaching and mindfulness practise.

  1. Mental Health at Work

Common mental health problems and stress can exist independently. For example, people can have workrelated stress and physical changes such as high blood pressure, without experiencing anxiety and depression. They can also have anxiety and depression without experiencing stress.

  • In 2018/19 stress, depression or anxiety accounted for 44% of all work-related ill health cases and 54% of all working days lost due to ill health.

A Summary of findings related to Stress in the UK 2019

  • 48% of the British population are stressed at least once a week, for 12%, that’s every single day
  • Men feel more stressed at home than at work, while more women feel stressed at work than at home
  • More than half of women are stressed at work at least once a week… for 23% it’s at least once a day
  • Workload stresses 43% of men and stresses 53% of women
  • 30% of women go on social media at least once a day due to stress
  • More than 1 in 10 women have left their job due to stress in the last 12 months
  • More than 1 in 10 people are thinking about leaving their job due to stress
  • 15% of UK workers are stressed at work because of Brexit
  • 16% of women are stressed by their boss
  • Primary cause of workplace stress is workload
  • One in three women will escape to the toilet at least once a week when stressed
  • Over one in five women will escape to the toilet at least once a day when stressed
  • Almost half (39%) of the British population is stressed at least once a week at work. For 15% it’s every single day.

At Venuz we believe in Mindfulness training to be the key solution to work place stress. Research has shown that, bringing mindfulness to the workplace has the potential to decrease people’s stress and anxiety through heightened awareness, which in turn leads to improved performance. Also, perhaps most importantly from a leadership perspective, mindfulness encourages engagement. Being fully present as a leader— and allowing your team to be fully in the moment — will reap rewards both personally and professionally.

  1. Mental Health Awareness for Sport and Physical Activity

Sports performance has been a hot topic in the past few decades and many studies have been done on factors that affect sports performance. Everything from diet to training methods has been studied. Perhaps one of the most important aspects of sports performance is the athlete’s ability to train the mind to put themselves in the best situation to compete. This can come in many different forms. Mindfulness and meditation are the main focus. Many different theories have been studied. It is important to train the mind just as you would train the body. Using mindfulness techniques have been shown to increase athletic ability and focus. This review of literature will examine at how mindfulness techniques have been used to increase performance and the athletes ability to cope with inner and external stimuli to increase the competitive edge.

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