If you’d like to find out more about any of the BetterMe Programmes do get in touch.

You can either use the contact form here, send an email directly to info@betterme.life or give us a call on one of the numbers provided.  We’d be delighted to hear from you.

IMPORTANT: It has come to our attention that there is an app with the same business name as our own. We have nothing to do with the BetterMe Weight Loss Workouts app, this is a completely different business. Please do not contact us with queries related to the app. Thank you!

BetterMe

Morningside Business Centre
2-8 Millar Crescent
Edinburgh
EH10 5HW

Office: 0131 447 9212
Mobile: 07591 095 845

info@betterme.life

Mental wellbeing

Mental wellbeing
19th November 2018 Andrew Farquharson
In Mental Wellbeing
Mental Health

There is hardly a day goes by when there is not a story about mental wellbeing. Not only the effect of poor mental wellbeing on individuals but also how low mental wellbeing has a real detrimental effect on the economy. The BetterMe approach can help build up mental wellbeing for individuals and also help businesses tackle low mental wellbeing.

Research shows that people’s mental wellbeing has decreased, there has been a rise in general anxiety, (War et al, 2015; Lessof et al, 2016) and with other metal health issues.

BetterMe sessions will show the relationship to the beliefs and way of thinking to high anxiety, low confidence, low self-esteem, lack of resilience and emotional intelligence. Our sessions show people how to lower anxiety, build up confidence, self-esteem, resilience and emotional intelligence in a practical, interesting and easy way.

The person’s sense of internal control will have been strengthened and they will have improved their ability to learn, develop and thrive regardless of external factors affecting their lives.

The interactive sessions will be fun, enabling people to develop self-understanding and build resilience through specially designed discussions, exercises, challenges and activities.

Research also has demonstrated that both a sense of control and self-esteem are important to a range of educational, work, psychological and health related outcomes. Just some of the evidence that underpins the Better Me approach: Abouserie (1994); Diener & Dweck, 1978; Borman & Overman, 2004; Gale, Batty, & Deary, 2008.

If you would like to find out how the BetterMe approach can help you or your business contact us now.