Highly engaging and practical workshops, designed to demystify and give staff confidence when it comes to mental health at work.
Introduction to mental health – what it is and what it isn’t
Understand the need to look out for colleagues’ mental health on an equal basis to their physical health
Understanding the effect of stigma and unhelpful behaviours
Taking responsibility to be supportive when a colleague is struggling
Knowing how to take action
Delivered face to face or in virtual classrooms.
Using original filmed drama to bring the subject to life.
Practical real-life learning; developed in the Glasgow shipyards!
“I will be using what I learnt on a daily basis” – HeadWay Delegate
We are always happy to answer your questions.
Martin Stepek on Mental Health
“I don’t like the term “mental health” because it usually means a lack of mental health. I love a story about the Buddha’s view. He said there are many people who go through their entire life in good physical health, but very few people are mentally healthy even for a moment. That raises the bar […]
1st Thursday Wellbeing Hour – Jitinder Takhar CEO Homes for Lambeth
Jitinder Takhar CEO of Homes for Lambeth Achieving IIP Gold – “say it how I see it” 1st Thursday Wellbeing Hour 2nd September, 12 – 1pm Join us On MS Teams, Free Register Here Jitinder believes in the power of people and their minds. She understands that creating the right environment leads to better […]
Who’s the Gold Medal winner?
Simone Biles pulled out of the Olympics due to her mental health. She felt able to speak up and speak out publicly. This is a great day to celebrate her ability to be open and to say (sic), “No, I’m not feeling well so I need to stop and look after myself.” Is this something […]
Motorbikes & Mental Health
“When you say the words “physical health” they conjure up positive thoughts. I like to think about mental health in the same way. To me, mental health means feeling great, it means I’m on top of things, life is good, I’m having fun and feeling fit. Like physical health, looking after mental health takes conscious effort, […]
Stephen McAllister on Mental Health
“Mental health for me means being able to remain calm and focused when under pressure, while maintaining a sense of perspective whether things are going well or not so well. It’s about being able to bounce back when faced with a difficult challenge. It’s about connection with family and friends, celebrating their success and achievements. […]
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