Awareness of mental health issues at work is increasing and employers are improving their
capacity and ability to support employees, through various interventions, to better promote psychological and emotional wellbeing.
Whilst Mental ill health is caused by a wide range of factors, from financial worries, housing problems and relationship issues to stress in the workplace, there is no denying that a healthy working environment, which includes managers who are able to spot the early signs of mental ill health and provide appropriate support and employees who are able to manage their own mental wellbeing, plays a critical role in preventing mental health illness.
Whilst mental ill health is not uncommon, stigma around it has created misunderstanding for many years and has resulted in people being fearful of communicating their challenges and seeking help.
Our training programmes have been designed to address that stigma, presenting the reality that just like physical health, mental health can be improved and sustained very simply, when you know how. It’s about encouraging open dialogue about mental health first, being able to have a conversation skilfully and then knowing what support to offer or signpost to enable that person improve their own mental wellbeing.
An introduction to the topic of mental health, which raises awareness of what stress is, what creates it and how it impacts the brain, body and the workplace, as well as simple things we can do ourselves to proactively minimise the possibility of stress and impact of stress, both on ourselves and those we live and work with. More>>>
A comprehensive workshop which equips managers and leaders with the knowledge, skills and tools to enable the wellbeing of their team, through understanding mental health, learning how to nurture a positive environment, spotting early signs of common conditions and having the confidence to respond appropriately.
Workshops (open courses)
An internationally recognised training course, designed to teach how to spot the signs of mental ill health and provide help and support to someone experiencing mental health issues on a first aid basis. The course is delivered by a trainer who has attended the Royal Society for Public Health accredited MHFA programme.
To find out more about our in-house and open courses, click on the images or links, or contact us directly on the email address and phone numbers above.
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Learning more about mental health is the first step and for many employers, it has proven to be a step that made a significant difference.