By the end of Mental Health at Work, presented in a virtual and/or in-person workshop format that involves group discussions and activities, participants will be able to:
- Explain the benefits and importance of employee well-being in the workplace.
- Define key terms and potential signs related to mental health and mental illness.
- Outline the mental health and mental illness continuum, as well as potential indicators.
- Identify psychosocial factors that create a positive, productive and supportive work environment.
- Engage in a conversation and support a team member with a potential mental health challenge or illness.
- Apply self-care strategies and access resources available for well-being.
- Achieve responsibilities and commitments for respect, inclusion and psychological health and safety at work.
Introduction to Psychological Health and Safety
- Clarifying the Laws
- Connecting Organizational Policies
- Grasping the Effects on the Workplace
Understanding Mental Health and Mental Illness
- Defining Key Terms
- Working through the Mental Health and Mental Illness Continuum
- Recognizing Potential Indicators of Mental Health and Mental Illness
- Applying Learning through Case Studies
Supporting and Addressing Mental Health and Mental Illness
- Exploring the 13 Psychosocial Factors
- Engaging in Dialogue – Having a conversation with a team member about their well-being.
- Reviewing Available Resources
- Applying Learning through Skills Practice
- Defining Responsibilities for Respect, Inclusion and Well-Being
- Building Resilience and Role Modeling Self-Care
- Determining Personal Commitments for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace