Be Verdant Podcast Feature: “Jurie And A Little Help From My friends”

How has the pandemic affected the stress levels of different age groups?

 

Driven CEO Jurie Rossouw was featured on the Be Verdant podcast to discuss a recent publication on the effects of social support on resilience levels.

 

He discusses the neuroscientific pathways that underlie social support – and the critical role we can all play in supporting the mental wellness of other people.

 

Listen below:

Here’s the chart mentioned during the podcast:

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If you’re interested in learning critical skills to proactively support the mental health of people you care about, then check out Resilience First Aid:

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