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Thu, 13 Jan


Online Event

Roundtable: Parental Burnout and Mental Wellbeing at Work

Join the Founder of Nourish, Sara Campin, to discuss parental burnout and mental wellbeing for working parents in a post-Covid era.

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Roundtable: Parental Burnout and Mental Wellbeing at Work
Roundtable: Parental Burnout and Mental Wellbeing at Work

Time & Location

13 Jan 2022, 12:30 – 13:30 GMT

Online Event


About the event

A poll carried out by Savanta ComRes earlier this year found that 45% of parents feel burned out, while a study by Oxford university found levels of stress, anxiety and depression rose in parents and carers during the pandemic lockdowns.

  • What is parental burnout and how should we monitor and measure it? 
  • What are the implications for organisations and society? 
  • What is the potential opportunity for organisations to create a workplace culture that supports parents?
  • What are employers currently doing to support parents' mental wellbeing and what should their role be in the future?

This roundtable will be lead by expert in parental mental wellbeing, Sara Campin, founder of Nourish.

There are a limited number of places, so book your place now.

About Sara Campin

After 13 years as a strategy consultant for the life-sciences industry, Sara founded Nourish after the impact self-care had on her and family’s wellbeing. 

"I hit burn out with work and mothering. I was irritable, shouty and stressed a lot of the time. I was consumed by feelings of exhaustion, guilt and failure, whilst also struggling to feel motivated and focused in my work. I felt completely alone in my struggles and craved being held and understood by others. Learning the art of self-care and supporting and safe-gaurding my mental wellbeing, transformed my motherhood journey. It not only helped me to find more happiness and joy as a mother and show up more often as the mother I wanted to be, but I also found I had a renewed energy, motivation and focus for my work".

The Nourish App helps thousands of parents every month develop self-care habits and safeguard their mental wellbeing. 


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