28th February - Mental Health: Conversations that Matter

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28th February - Mental Health: Conversations that Matter

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Despite the significant investment into Mental Wellbeing in the workplace across the past three years, the statistics remain unchanged.

Across the public and private sector, too often we are hearing that those who are trained in Mental Health are still unable to have the conversations that matter.

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Despite the significant investment into Mental Wellbeing in the workplace across the past three years, the statistics remain unchanged.

Across the public and private sector, too often we are hearing that those who are trained in Mental Health are still unable to have the conversations that matter.

 "We have Mental Health First Aiders but our statistics are not improving"

"I know the theory but I cannot bring myself to have those conversations"

 

In this one-day programme, experience what it feels like to have those conversations across a range of scenarios. In a safe environment you'll receive feedback on your approach and have the opportunity to practise without consequences. 

 

  • Understand your psychological triggers  and the triggers of others

  • Understand the impact of your approach to the wider workforce

  • Recognise the signs of mental ill health

  • Develop the practical tools of resilience

  • Practise real-life scenarios from low to high challenge
    - Develop in the moment critical thinking  and problem solving
    - Learn when and where to escalate
    - Learn where you can find support

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Until you can have an open and honest conversation about mental health, you really can’t do anything – all you are doing is putting a sticky plaster on something [and not fixing anything].

Barbara Harvey
Managing Director, Accenture