Mindfulness Programs for Accountants

Recent studies show that taking time to step away from one’s desk, taking a few mindful breaths, or meditating can help counteract decision fatigue, stress, lagging motivation, and procrastination. 

That's where we come in.

We have helped bring stillness to Citrin Cooperman, Brookfield, Cerberus, and more.

Testimonial from David Kells, the Chief Operating Officer at Citrin Cooperman

“Accountancy can be a demanding profession, with our research revealing that 17% of past and present ICAEW members in the UK have taken time off due to stress, but there are many ways that employers can positively impact employee wellbeing.”

 

—Kelly Feehan, Service Director at Chartered Accountants Benevolent Association | Source: Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales

Mental health conditions have work consequences.

Create a live forum for employees to slow down, pause and breathe.

Let's build out a program that works best for your firm.

Through live and pre-recorded virtual sessions, participants are empowered to build a personal practice that can be accessed any time, anywhere. 

Meditation

                                

 

15 minute virtual brain breaks.

Team members experience live and recorded sessions, guided by be.still's meditation teachers.

Just like our bodies, our minds need training to function at their best.

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Wellbeing Webinars

"Ask The Expert" 

 

Customized wellbeing webinars led by expert psychologists, social workers, and professional leaders in the organizational psychology space.

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Yoga

 

30-minute or 1-hour yoga sessions focused on reducing stress and mood management led by an expert be.still instructor. All classes focus on connecting breath to movement.

Recording of the class included.

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Accountants need a brain break:

Nearly a third of accountants (30.4%) suffer from mental health issues

51% of accountants admit depression and anxiety leaves them dreading going to work

More than two in five (43.5%) accountants believed their job was a key contributor to their poor mental health

Source: ICAEW