This Happiness at Work Week, we asked some of the LionHeart ambassadors how being happy - or not! - at work affected their wellbeing and mental health.
Our 2021 Impact Report has been released, showing how we supported people through difficult times and as the effects of Covid-19 continued to be felt all over the world.
LionHeart will be running a programme of online webinars to mark World Mental Health Day this October.
LionHeart is launching a youth counselling service aimed at over 12s for the very first time after signing up to a pioneering partnership with young people's charity Open Door.
Financial hardship can really have a detrimental effect on your wellbeing and self-esteem, and place relationships under great strain. Our different grants are designed to bridge the gap and help people through difficult circumstances or when the unexpected happens.
The chairman of LionHeart’s board has been re-elected by his fellow trustees to serve a second term at the helm.
The number of men accessing our services for counselling and mental health support has risen sharply in recent years and yet they are still far less likely to seek help. This Men's Health Week, our counsellor Mark Hodson reflects on why this is.
"The services LionHeart provides are invaluable - and you never know when your circumstances can change and you may require their support” - SDL Surveying explain why they got their whole firm involved in 5K May for LionHeart
There are many reasons why this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week theme ‘Connecting with Nature’ is so apt - some of the LionHeart team and ambassadors explain how being outdoors has supported their mental health during this challenging period.
LionHeart has developed a special new webinar aimed at supporting APC candidates who find themselves referred at their final assessment.
LionHeart will be running a programme of free webinars all week for Mental Health Awareness Week, which runs from May 10th to 16th, including three new wellbeing subjects and the chance to find out more about cognitive behavioural therapy.
LionHeart has contributed to a mass charity effort to get a paralysed quantity surveyor home, months after a freak accident left him in a wheelchair.
Three quarters of us often feel stressed to the point of feeling overwhelmed or unable to cope. We'll be running a programme of webinars to help manage stress better throughout April, for Stress Awareness Month.
LionHeart has been left a generous legacy from the great grandson of the chartered surveyor who first founded the charity in 1899 - the culmination of a long and proud family history which has supported generations of surveyors.
The chances are the last year will have had an impact on your mental health or that of someone you love. Our mental health ambassadors share their insights.
LionHeart is offering a series of career and personal development webinars aimed at those surveyors who have just passed their APC.
LionHeart is planning a special programme of three free online sessions this Time to Talk Day on Thursday February 4th, which aim to get people thinking about the subject of mental health - and highlight the importance of talking.
Having a Veruca Salt-style, foot-stamping, moment of tantrum might seem really appealing sometimes… but there are things you can do to adjust your mindset and how you deal with the cards we're holding at the moment
2020 may have started out like any other year at LionHeart, but it certainly didn’t end that way. We reflect back on the year we'll never forget.
It's Giving Tuesday! Here are five really simple ways you can support LionHeart - and it's not all about money...