Mental ill health is now the leading cause of absenteeism, yet 90% of those who are absent lie about the real reason they’re off sick, as they’re worried about their employer’s reaction. With 1/6 of workers currently suffering from a mental health problem and the Coronavirus crisis exacerbating many existing mental health conditions, it’s a pertinent time to silence the stigma and put some preventative mental health strategies in to place.
Our mental health at work workshops, webinars and courses are delivered by clinical psychologists and experienced mental health professionals. For those working from home, all workshops and courses can be delivered virtually.
Supporting the post-covid return to work
Mental Health Workshops
workplace mental health training
“Mental Health for Managers was by far the most insightful and useful workshop we’ve ever had. I think it’s brilliant to take the time to talk about mental health in the workplace.”
Thank you very much for today’s webinar, it was super informative, really insightful and left me with plenty of practical tips and ideas to mull over. And best of all, it got us connected!
‘Managing Digital Distractions was extremely interesting and engaging. The subject matter was well presented with the perfect amount of interaction with the audience. The workshop definitely made everyone more aware of their own phone use and how to take small steps to reduce dependency on it.’
A great perspective on reducing stress, covering plenty of material at a healthy pace. You have created positive changes for everyone in the group – Thank you!
An excellent initiative. Well presented and informative workshop. It’s prompted me to change my perception of other people’s situations and not be judgemental or presumptive.
It was the most engaged the group have been in any session we’ve held so far. The content was interesting and Body Image is such an important topic that needs to be talked about more often! Pippa was a really engaging presenter which I think made people more at ease when sharing their own experiences and joining in the discussion.
The feedback was excellent as well with approx. 99% of the audience rating the session as good or excellent – a phenomenal response.
Listening to Charlie’s very open recounting of the issues he faced really resonated with me. It’s really nice to see men’s mental health being normalised more, and to see an environment that openly encourages sharing like this.
“I loved the interactive and conversational aspect of this workshop.”
“Resilience Toolkit’ was really well received and we’ve had some great feedback. I thought Jill was really warm and supportive, whilst still making us challenge ourselves and think about the things we do which aren’t helping us build resilience.”
“It was an insightful and excellent talk, and a real eye-opener. We loved the fact it was backed up by real studies – the team here appreciate that kind of detail.”
“As a result of this course, I’m going to make an effort to put time aside for self care, as well as focus on what is important and do one thing at a time!”