Your Mental Health at Work
20 October 2020 at 9:30 am to 11:30 am
Stressed with work or dealing with depression? Can you tell the difference? A change in behaviour or performance in yourself or a colleague, could be a sign of mental ill-health.
In partnership with the NSW Government, the Black Dog Institute are providing mental health training to eligible businesses across NSW at no cost.
Throughout Small Business Month, the Black Dog Institute will be offering dedicated training workshops for managers, sole traders, and team members from small businesses.
Your Mental Health at Work workshop is designed for sole traders and the broader workforce to give the knowledge and skills to:
• Understand the prevalence of mental ill-health and its impact
• Recognise changes in behaviour and identify the warning signs of mental ill-health
• Have effective conversations around stress, health, and wellbeing
• Implement wellbeing strategies into your personal and work life
Training is delivered as an online interactive workshop through Zoom Meeting. The 2-hour workshop is delivered live by a clinical psychologist and incorporates various interactive tools for engagement including polls, breakout rooms, and whiteboard. You will be given the opportunity to ask specific questions throughout.
Register for training through the online form and enter your desired workshop date in the additional comments box. You will receive confirmation of your eligibility from the NSW Government and the Black Dog Institute will be in touch with you to confirm your place in the workshop.
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