Stress and emotional eating are set to be explored in the next free e-clinic from Paycare Wellbeing… 🧠🍏

It’s part of a varied series of hour-long webinars, focused on a different aspect of mental health each time. Virtual attendees will be able to join the session, running from 10am to 11am on Thursday 26th November, to find out about current research, and tips around stress management.

Topics to be covered include the effects of Cortisol and weight loss on the body, emotional and binge eating, stabilising the blood sugar rollercoaster, and referral pathways for stress and eating disorders.

Wellbeing Manager, Kerry B Mitchell, will be joined by friend of Paycare, guest speaker Laura Butler – Lifestyle Intervention Consultant and Health Coach.


Kerry, a Mental Health First Aid qualified trainer, said:


“Our free sessions have been offering attendees lots of information, examples of best practice and plenty of time to ask questions about the topic. Stress awareness is so important, especially mid-pandemic, and many companies and individuals will find themselves either directly or indirectly impacted by the pressures of 2020.


“Our team also deliver a range of Mental Health Training courses designed for companies who wish to delve further into wellbeing strategies and invest in their employees’ wellbeing.”


Laura added:


“Many of us recognise the link between stress and emotional or over-eating, feeling the need to comfort ourselves with food. But what is often not talked about is the effect on our health when we eat in a stressed state and how certain foods can also make us feel stressed.

“I am thrilled to have been asked by Paycare to discuss these topics at their upcoming e-clinic as when people have a better understanding of these, they can use this knowledge to transform their eating habits and overall wellbeing”.


To book a place on the stress and emotional eating e-clinic, simply email our friendly team on 📧 For more information on upcoming e-clinics and themes, head to 😃

In addition to the webinars, Paycare Wellbeing is also extending its online offering – to complement its pre-pandemic face-to-face mental health training programme – which now includes a two-day virtual accredited MHFA course 💻📚


Visit to find out more.

Let’s take care of your teams health and wellbeing 🧡