Emi Golding, the Director of Psychology for the Workplace Mental Health Institute, interviews Cameron Daddo
In this interview with the Workplace Mental Health Institute's CEO Peter Diaz, Vikas Malkani opens up on the importance of returning to wisdom for physical, spiritual and psychological health.
Peter Diaz from the Workplace Mental Health Institute interviews Michelle Duval on the future of work and her experience on SBS 'The Employables'
Peter Diaz keeps talking with Doug Green on a dogs view on how to reclaim your personal power
Peter Diaz continue talks with Doug Green on why he came to Australia from America and back again.
Peter Diaz talks with Douglas Green - a Psychotherapist in Private Practice in the Los Angeles, who considers his mentor, and the wisest therapist he's ever come across, to have been his ridiculous mutt Shirelle.
Workplace Mental Health Institute's CEO Peter Diaz and Director of Psychology Emi Golding talk with Randi Zuckerberg, CEO of Zuckerberg Media on resilience at workplace.
Peter Diaz interviews Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak - On the importance of Mental Health at Work
Mary O'Hagan tips on good mental health at work, when applying for a job, should you disclose or not to disclose, making workplaces that are people friendly, how to ‘get real’ with stigma
The workplace is a place where rules of behavior need to be observed. So, what room is there for madness at work? Is there any? Here is the 2nd part of Peter Diaz talks with Mary O'Hagan on mental health and recovery
Peter Diaz talks with Mary O'Hagan - the former National Mental Health Commissioner and author. Get some real tips on mental health recovery at work
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