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Did you know that young workers are at a high risk of their mental health being effected due to transitioning into employment and uncertainty in the clarity of psychosocial job stressors?

Mind Blank workplace programs create a fun, safe and engaging environment to raise awareness around how mental health can manifest in the workplace.  We use professional actors and program facilitators to educate workers on effective management of mental health issues in the workplace. Our team have created video materials based on stories of lived experience to provoke discussion points on psychological hazards and their impact on workers’ mental health.

How The Program Works?

 We use professional actors and program facilitators to educate workers on effective management of mental health issues in the workplace. Our team have created video materials based on stories of lived experience to provoke discussion points on psychological hazards and their impact on workers’ mental health.

The Story of Jane - Transition To Work

Jane gets her first job as an office worker. Although she is nervous, she is welcomed with great support from her colleagues at work and her family are thrilled for her. By th eend of the play she ends up unemployed without a reference and the first time in her life she is experiencing feelings of low self-esteem and depression. Audience members can walk away knowing the value of self-careapplication, how to promote a speak-up culture at work and knowledge on the important pathways to seek help to encourage emotional and mental wellness.

Key program themes

•  Workplace laws and legislation

• Self-Care

• Help seeking

• Conflict resolution skills



For a full suite of some of our other workplace programs options click on the link below:

Did you know Investing in your workplace can lead to the following outcomes:

- Thriving workers
- Increased productivity
- Decreased absenteeism
- Decreased occupational injuries and illnesses
- Decreased workers' compensation claims
- Increased engagement and job satisfaction
- Decreased turnover and selection costs
- Increased attraction of top level talent
- The return on investment for a mentally healthy workplace is $2.30 for every $1 invested.
Source: www.worksafe.qld.gov.au

June 9, 2020
Children

Does your primary school struggle with the need to talk openly about mental health? Are you unsure how to introduce the topic with out overwhelming your children? Mind Blank could be the experience you’ve been looking for!

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June 9, 2020
Youth People

Does your school or community group struggle to talk openly about mental health? Are you looking for a unique way to kickstart the discussion? Mind Blank could be the experience you’ve been looking for! We suppprt youth mental health education in a fun, safe and non-treating way.

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