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New business launched in Guernsey targeting chronic stress

New business launched in Guernsey targeting chronic stress

Saturday 06 November 2021

New business launched in Guernsey targeting chronic stress

Saturday 06 November 2021

A business has launched which aims to confront chronic stress and burnout among professionals.

With more than 20 years of experience, Andre Duquemin, founder of Three Brain Training, has utilised his neuroscience knowledge to train business owners, directors and leaders on caring for ‘three brains’ instead of one.

“Most professionals believe the brain acts as the CEO of the rest of the body,” said Mr Duquemin.

“Research has identified that this isn’t the case. Instead, our hearts and guts can gather, process, store and act upon information via their own nervous systems.

“This research doesn’t only change how we choose to live our lives, but also how professionals operate in the workplace. Our business and government leaders are dealing with incredibly stressful situations and a huge amount of responsibility on a daily basis, and they must understand how each ‘brain’ plays a role in our lives - and just what they can do to bring each one into balance.”

Mr Duquemin has experience in the health, psychology and neuroscience industries and has undergone training to coach those in professional services. 

“Neuroscience isn’t a topic that professionals need fear. Research in the Channel Islands states one-third of professionals do not feel they can cope with the current levels of stress and job demands," he said.

“These professionals must be given the tools to manage their stress and understand what their body tells them.” 

Three Brain Training, which was launched in 2021, aims to support leaders across the Crown Dependencies and the UK. 

Pictured top: The business’ founder, Andre Duquemin.

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