Whether you are an experienced leader or a new manager, this workshop will give you a comprehensive understanding of what creates and sustains mental health.
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This seminar helps employees understand common mental health problems and their causes. It examines the role of beliefs and approaches to work and life, as well as our changing lifestyles, are impacting our wellbeing and mental health. Participants learn to evaluate their own wellbeing and are introduced to tools and practices for sustainable wellbeing, mental health and improved quality-of-life. On a day-to-day basis, they witness suffering, loss, and trauma, often neglecting their own self-care and wellbeing needs.
A growing body of research shows that positive mental health is the result of healthy lifestyle practices. Mental health problems have been shown in many cases, to be a response to sustained disconnection from meaningful work, supportive relationships, core values, the physical world, our community and financial security.
Organizations need healthy, engaged employees. People need work and lives where they can make meaningful contributions and have a more connected, hopeful, and secure future. Mental health and career service providers will learn to assess client wellbeing in five interconnected areas, and incorporate career conversations and wellbeing-based career interventions in their practice and help clients transition to more meaningful work while improving their mental health and quality-of-life.
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