Finance + Mental Fitness
We should all prioritise mental health
Aneela Mather-Khan CA discusses her experience of low mental health whilst working and studying.
“No such thing as work-life balance”
Solutions based Therapist Gin Lalli, sat down with ICAS Deputy President Indy Hothi CA to discuss workplace wellbeing how to lead a happy life.
We all have mental health
Alastair Campbell discusses his experiences and why it's key to note that everyone has mental health.
Arianna Huffington: One step at a time
Arianna Huffington tells Laurence Eastham why the pandemic has created the opportunity to place wellbeing at the heart of business strategy.
ICAS Mental Fitness survey: What you told us
Discover the results and find out how ICAS is using the insights to help support its Members, Students and firms.
Putting wellbeing first
Learn more about how ICAS is supporting members, students and staff to protect their mental health and become leaders in the space.
The gift of the reset
The more we speak up, the more we empower others to do the same, says Elizabeth Uviebinené.
Hear how Sara Tate led a successful turnaround of the workplace culture at creative agency TWBA/London.
How to develop a mental-health plan for your firm
Discover principles that can help all organisations to develop their own mental-health plans.
Sleep your way to better mental health
Discover tips to help you develop a good sleep routine.
Using ‘moments’ to cope with stress
Mental Fitness Coach Alex Strang suggests practical steps that can help manage stress.
Re-entry syndrome and post-COVID anxiety
Information to help you cope with re-entry syndrome and post-COVID anxiety.
CA Student resources
Matthew Halstead CA: Reaching a 'career pivot'
Matthew Halstead, Trustee and Co-Creator of sidekick, joins Indy for an open discussion about mental health.
Jonny Jacobs CA: A lifeboat of hope
The latest episode of the Building Resilience Podcast features ICAS Member and mental health advocate Jonny Jacobs CA.
Ending workplace mental health stigma
How business leaders can embrace mental-health issues and empower positive change.