Managing Mental Health in the Workplace – event postponed until further notice
Do you want to know how to support your employees or fellow colleagues experiencing mental health issues? Would like to know how to start a conversation about mental health within the workplace?
Wendy will provide insight to the impact mental health can have within the workplace, discuss ways to help improve mental health and increase awareness by going through the following points:
What is mental health and why does it matter?
How to start a conversation about mental health
Ways that can help improve employee’s mental health in the workplace and why good mental health matters
Increasing awareness within your organisation
What we can all do today
A note about the deliverer:
Wendy is a director of Merulae Ltd and has a wealth of knowledge from working in and alongside mental health services for over 20 years. She now works with organisations from any field, these include construction, healthcare, legal professionals, IT services and education settings. She is a Mental Health First Aid England National Associate for The Workplace, Communities and Education. Wendy is a practicing counsellor specialising in the area of mental health and trauma.
Terms and conditions of booking
This event is fully funded and free for participants to attend.
We appreciate that sometimes there are good reasons why people are unable to attend workshops, however if you are no longer able to, please cancel your ticket through Eventbrite
We require 48 hours cancellation notice prior to the event (in order for us to offer your space to another business)
Please note that if you do not attend without letting us know, we reserve the right to decline your bookings for future sessions.
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