This workshop is an introduction to the topic of mental health, which raises awareness of different mental health issues, their symptoms and effects and how to both identify and minimise them, in order to enable those who work in the organisation to actively promote a culture of wellbeing for the benefit of all.
We will cover what stress is, what creates it and how it impacts the brain, the 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.
Understand what mental health is, the stigma associated with it, different mental health conditions, and their symptoms and effects, how mental ill-health impacts people and employers, and your responsibility to look after your own mental wellbeing.
Understand mental health, from a neuroscience perspective and the impact of prolonged or excessive stress on the brain, body and workplace and how, when not recognised and addressed, it can result in compromised mental health.
Understand the happy hormones responsible for our level of happiness and what we can do to intentionally induce them to reduce stress hormones and significantly improve our mental wellbeing, in the future, both at home and at
About Mental Health in the Workplace
We specialise in providing training around mental health and wellbeing for organisations and the people who work within them:
Training that is unique in that, in addition to the generic content provided by other training providers, it incorporates the most up to date neuroscientific information and knowledge available, genuinely equipping you to manage your own mental health (and that of others if you are a manager!), so that you (and they!) can be the best version of yourself in every area of your life, including your work.
As a result of this course, you will leave with:
- An increased understanding of mental health and the factors that can affect mental wellbeing.
- Improved self-awareness and insight into your own mental health status and challenges.
- Enhanced knowledge and skills to better manage your own mental wellbeing.
- The ability to spot the signs of common mental health issues.