Wellbeing and mental health in the profession
Watch Parlour LAB 04: Architecture for Joy / Joy for Architecture – our session on mental wellbeing with Rebecca McLaughlan and Naomi Stead.
How are architectural practices supporting the health and wellbeing of their people? Susie Ashworth highlights the best tips and advice from the recent ACA Pulse Check no 2 survey.
A recording of the BEC's Culture + Wellbeing event is now available online – a useful resource as we face the uncertainty and disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic.
As we face the challenges ahead, maintaining your mental wellbeing is critical. This useful list includes tips, reminders and strategies to help maintain positive mental health during this difficult time.
July 19th, 2019 • No Comments
The Architects’ Mental Wellbeing Forum has published a toolkit to assist individuals and practices to tackle mental health issues within architecture schools and practice.
Architecture is a profession struggling to achieve balance and equity, and it can take a toll on all of us. Michael Gay offers advice on how to maintain balance and build resilience.
A focus on outcomes (not hours) and health (not overtime) brings many rewards, argues Jenny Edwards, director of Light House Architecture & Science.
Rob Henry takes a candid look at the challenges of managing his mental health and the benefits of flexibility in the workplace.
Michael Gay on balancing career and family, based in his experience of combining a busy practice, professional commitments and toddler twins.