Inuka is on a mission to make effective wellbeing support accessible for everyone. Sounds quite cool, right? But do you want to know more? Are
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It is challenging for KIT to find a fitting employee wellbeing solution for their international workforce. Read about how Inuka met those needs.
Following our regular Coping with COVID-19 webinar series, our favorite psychologist Bjarne Timonen offered us his wise words once again. Did you miss out on it? Worry not! Here is a summary of what was discussed.
A quick summary of what science can tell us about COVID-1ß & mental health
Be inspired by the online/home activities over 300 companies have planned for their employees for National Workplace Wellbeing Day in Ireland
With your team sapped with coronavirus anxiety in addition to their usual work, it can be difficult to know how to help. See these tips and strategies.
In response to Covid-19, the Inuka Coaching Team has started organizing a webinar series to give everyone access to mental health experts. The first of this series took place 15th of April 2020, and we all loved it. In this article we share the context and insights that were shared in the conversation.
While we all slow the spread of COVID-19, people around the world are plagued by fear and anxiety. Staying home helps us stay safe from a health perspective, but there are now other things to worry about…
Inuka is a service available to anyone, regardless of age, gender or religious affiliation. It is a service that aims to offer completely confidential support for anyone. No issue is too small for the Inuka Life Coaches to help you through.
Inuka means ‘arise’ in Kiswahili, an East-African language, and that’s exactly what we are about. We are a social enterprise with the mission to make it easier for people to find and give mental support.
We have an awful tendency to set ourselves up for disappointment in life. Particularly with the rise of social and popular media, we are exposed to an unfathomable amount of impressions every day.
With workplace burnout on the rise, companies need to implement strategies focused on developing sustainable people management practices.
The key? An uncompromising focus on the wellness of their employees.
Tech has made wellbeing support available at the touch of a button. Here’s a list of a few of the apps we’ve found helpful. Written
Achieving mental wellbeing can be difficult in a world filled with constant pressure. However, there are strategies you can use to build a stronger, more resilient and calmer mind.
You know that feeling you have when you have the flu? When you are stuck in bed with a mountain of tissues, a pack of paracetamol, and a hot cup of chamomile tea and all you can think about is how much you will appreciate it when you are not sick anymore?
Struggling with problems, however minor or large, is something every human being experiences. In life, we are often taught to grit our teeth together and push forward.
Welcome to Inuka! So I hear those of you not familiar with Kiswahili thinking: what is Inuka? It is an East-African word for ‘arise’.
Essentially, being mentally strong and well allows you to function at your best, and it benefits you and those around you.
“I am under so much stress!” Today the word “stress”, forms part of most people’s daily vocabulary. It has almost become an acceptable phenomenon. However, the effects of stress on ill-health are not seriously pondered.
Feeling down, distressed and generally stuck? This might well be one of the most life-defining and precious experiences you’ll have.
Seeking help is hard. If you haven’t read it yet, in our previous blog post, we talked about the common barriers preventing people from seeking the help they need. So the next step is finding the right solution for you, that overcomes these barriers. And Inuka might be the solution you are looking for!
by Johanna Kruger Did you know that 1 in 5 people every year are so mentally distressed that they don’t take care of themselves, their