People can experience a wide range of emotions before, during and after a significant event, disaster or trauma.

Relationships problems are the second highest reason why people come to EAP services. We thought we would share a few myths that can damage relationships alongside some facts that make relationships work better.

Imagine that you’re in a boat out at sea when wild stormy weather arises. The first thing you would likely do is drop your anchor so that you and your boat remain steady, and the storm does not sweep you away.

Learning to be conscious of what we are saying and who we are saying it to can help strengthen relationships and ensure clarity in our communications.

In this month's newsletter, we raise the sensitive topic of domestic and family violence. For those affected, it can impact every aspect of their life, and we look at how to support them, whether a colleague or whānau member.

This month, we look at prioritising your mental and physical wellbeing during the holiday season, including tips on self-care and how to avoid conflict with family.

Also included are tools for managing your finance during the holiday season.

Many factors contribute to the longevity of a romantic relationship. 

This month, we look at the effects of deep breathing on our physical and mental health and introduce you to our new app habithealth+. The app includes a range of ‘health journeys’ including one specifically called ‘BreatheWell’.

This month, we look at the effects of good sleep hygiene on our physical and mental health and remind you to try our new app habithealth+. The app includes a range of ‘health journeys’ including one specifically designed to help you sleep better. You can download the app and use it to support your everyday health.