Mental Health Workshop - Remote Workers
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!
Mind Blank uses theatre inspired techniques as a mental health promotional tool. Our specially-designed interactive workshops helps participants to identify signs and symptoms of mental health and help-seeking support.
Mental health is important for workplaces and for employees, especially with COVID 19 and the whirlwind of stress that it brings. In response to the growing need Mind Blank has tailored specific online workplace workshops to help businesses address mental health in the remote working environment.
An early intervention approach is recommended to encourage a preventative strategy to reduce the impact that mental ill health can have on your business.
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Psychological Hazards & Remote Working
Did you know that depression, anxiety, stress, and loneliness can all increased due to working remotely? If you feel like your workplace could benefit from additional mental health awareness education then look no further. It is challenging to check in on each other when working remotely, however, our team can assist you in adding early intervention and prevention tactics to support your teams wellness journey.
The Story of Sharon Online or Face-to-Face Workshop
Sharon is an public sector employees. Their agency has recently directed all staff to work from home for a period of time during the COVID-19 pandemic. Sharon has two children. Both are school age and also doing their school work online. She is struggling with general anxiety about COVID-19 but also how to stay feeling connected as a work group.
Key program themes
- Setting work life boundaries
- Remote workers well-being
- Early intervention strategies
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