Author Archives: Ellie McLavin

Newsletter Issue 49 – March/April 2009

Ellie McLavin,

Welcome to the spring edition of “In Equilibrium”. We hope you’re enjoying the longer daylight hours and the first signs of spring as much as we are. Please feel free to leap into our spring edition where we are delighted …

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Newsletter 48 – Feb/March 2009

Ellie McLavin,

Welcome to the first edition of “In Equilibrium” in 2009. In this edition we bring you details of our new in-house training course; a stress tip which may help you deal more positively with a difficult situation; and include a …

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Newsletter 47 – Dec 2008/Jan 2009

Ellie McLavin,

Our 2008 conference took place on 20 November, we have a review and photo gallery; we offer a calming stress tip for this hectic time of year; include an invitation for you to participate in a research project; and have some interesting links to various topical surveys and reports.

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Newsletter Issue 46 Autumn 2008

Ellie McLavin,

Welcome to the autumn edition of “In Equilibrium“. The nights may be drawing in but we have plenty of interesting articles to keep you from veering towards winter hibernation just yet! In this edition we are spreading the word about …

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Newsletter Issue 45 Late Summer 08

Ellie McLavin,

Welcome to our late summer edition of “In Equilibrium“. Although we have had plenty to cheer about with the Olympics, our weather has left a lot to be desired. So, in this edition we have done our best to make …

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Newsletter Issue 44 Summer 2008

Ellie McLavin,

Welcome to the summer edition of “In Equilibrium” In our June/July issue, along with our regular items, we also have a special offer for you; further details about our annual conference; a special section which looks at some stress stories …

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Newsletter 43 May 2008

Ellie McLavin,

In Equilibrium’s May 2008 edition includes: details of a recent additions to our course list; an article which puts forward the Business Case for investing in Health and Wellness programmes; a practical stress management tip; and a link to an interesting speech given by Trevor Phillips, Chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission

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