Mental Health

August 14, 2022

How to Reduce Mind Wandering and Build Your Attentional Control

Did you know that it is normal for your mind to wander approximately 47 percent of the time? This statistic is sourced from a study by Killingsworth and […]
June 10, 2022

How to Communicate Your Boundaries at Work

Increasingly, people are looking for ways to prevent too much stress in their work life. It is a serious issue that warrants a closer examination. There […]
June 10, 2022

Is it Time to Prioritize and Reduce

Sometimes there are topics that continue to resurface in meetings and conversations with clients. The issue of addressing burnout is one such topic. Recently, I’ve been […]
May 14, 2022

Leaders Dealing with Burnout       

By Susan Merli. While this post specifically mentions leaders, I believe that everyone has a responsibility for self-leadership. The tips I offer are applicable for all. […]
April 14, 2022

How to Engage Your Wise Mind

Three States of Mind We all have three states of mind:­ an emotional, rational, and wise mind. Our brain develops from the hindbrain up to midbrain […]
December 13, 2021

With Great Power Comes… Great Emotional Agility?

Friendly Neighbourhood Nostalgia Written by: Madeline Merli December is a stressful, glorious month filled with holiday dinners, school finals and of course, the overwhelming amount of […]
November 13, 2021

On Understanding Diversity and Psychological Safety

This year I have made important strides to step outside of my comfort zone. For me this includes learning all I can about unconscious bias, privilege, […]
July 25, 2021

The Power of Cognitive Reframing

In the post called Building Resilience One Mental Muscle at a Time, I covered two options for building resiliency. Read: Building Resilience One Mental Muscle at […]
July 25, 2021

Building Resilience One Mental Muscle at a Time

People who do strength training know that micro-tears occur during a weighty workout. A few hours later, you feel the soreness as the amount of blood […]