Mental ill health is now the leading cause of absenteeism, but 90% of those 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 work being cited as the biggest cause of stress in people’s lives (CIPD Health & Wellbeing at Work Survey 2018), it’s a pertinent time to put some preventative mental health strategies in to place. According to the Centre for Mental Health, positive steps to improve the management of mental health in the workplace can enable employers to save at least 30% of the cost of lost production and staff turnover.
Delivered by ‘Mind’ qualified coaches and psychotherapists, our workplace mental health workshops, and courses aim to raise awareness, silence the stigma and help put practical and preventative measures in to place.
Mental Health Workshops
For Graduates & New Starters
Mental Health Courses
“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!”
“By the end of the Shine Offline workshop I had lots of tips, tools & apps to to make sure I control my phone and not the other way around! I would highly recommend this workshop to anyone with a smartphone.”
“Following the ‘Stress Less & Ease Anxiety’ workshop, everyone is buzzing about the changes and new routines they’re going to implement.”
“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.”
“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.”