Workplace Mental Health Strategy –
HeadMap plans out the mental health journey for an organisation.
Senior Leaders –
Headtorch XI is a high level event specifically designed for the leaders and stakeholders.
Line Managers –
Headtorch Aware – face to face L&D (currently in virtual classrooms). It gives lines managers really practical tools on:
Headtorch Works – on-line blended L&D. Developed in collaboration with the School of Psychology at The University of Glasgow
Mental Health Champions –
Mental Health Champions are key elements of any workplace mental health implementation. The Headtorch Champion programme is an in-depth look at workplace mental health. This combines the following programmes:
Front Line Staff –
Looking after staff in the Covid pandemic –
The Headtorch Conference –
All Headtorch solutions are proactive. The aim is as far as possible prevent issues from arising. If they do arise, it’s about knowing what to do & how to access support options.
From the feedback we get, we know that:
We’re passionate about improving workplace mental health. We know we make a difference.
Get in touch and find out how we can help your organisation.
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Rip up your band-aids
“Your leg’s broken? Can I get you a sticking plaster? Honestly, I really do care. I want you to be well. I need you to get better. Take the plaster!” Not helpful is it? Yet, in relation to mental health at work, we hear it time and time again. Businesses rushing in to deliver […]
Ted Talk: Randal Charlton – Failure & Confidence
Randal Charlton presenting at Tedx Talk Detroit 2011 – “tell the truth and it will set you free”. Our good friend Randal talks confidence, failure, personal tragedy, and the fight back. An amazing story of strength, wellbeing and mental health.
How to manage mental health in a time of uncertainty
…if you’ve not read it yet, you can now, get a copy of Personnel Today (20th March) to read Amy McDonald’s article.
Dr Linda Craig: On Self-harm
TW #triggerwarning This blog contains discussion of sensitive issues. Each year in early March, mental health organisations around the United Kingdom work to promote awareness of self-harm and reduce the stigma around it that can prevent individuals seeking support. Self-harm is a broad term which refers to a person deliberately causing harm or injury to […]
Take 5 sugars in your coffee!
I used to give myself ‘eating rules’ – ‘Only fruit for lunch!’ ‘One sweet thing per day!’ ‘…and not before 4 o’clock!’ Both bulimia and anorexia played their parts. I saw a doctor, an unforgettable experience. “How much are you eating? How often are you eating? Do you take sugar in your coffee?” “No,” I […]