Mental Health Workshop – Anxiety

Does you struggle to talk openly about mental health in your workplace? Are you looking for a unique way to kick start the discussion? Mind Blank could be the experience you’ve been looking for!

Program Description

We aim to reduce the risk of suicide through interactive workshops in workplaces and in the community. What we do is we visit workplaces and perform our specially-designed interactive workshop which tackles important topics such as anxiety pressures from COVID-19, increased workloads,remote working, juggling work life balance- partners and families, and suicide prevention.

Through our interactive workshops we host a fun and light hearted experience. This provides a non-threating and safe environment to host important conversations on how mental health in the workplace can develop, and we help to develop skills to know what to do in a time of need.

For more information on this program.

Anxiety – Balance & Burnout

  • 1 in 6 women in Australia will experience depression
  • 1 in 3 women will experience anxiety during their lifetime
  • Women are more likely to burnout at work than their male colleagues.

The Story of Donna Online or Face-to-Face Workshop

Donna is a working Mum, who is now working from home. Her relationship with her boss has changed and she is struggling with extra demands from work, home life as well as adjusting to a new normal. This workshop will explore how employers can assist employees who have made changes in their work environments such as working from home, reduced hours, or achange in position.

Key program themes

  • Anxiety
  • Self-care
  • Emotional burnout
  • Mental health help-seeking
  • Early intervention strategies
  • Communication as a psychosocial hazard.