Ways to Work Together

My work is focused on that balance of giving team members the tools and skills they need to look after their own mental well-being, while reducing or eliminating the underlying factors that harm Mental Health at Work.

Each workplace is different and has different priority areas of focus.

I’ll work with you to determine what your team needs now, and how we can get the most positive impact for our work together.

Returning Well

Your team is preparing to return to the office, and you want to make sure the return goes smoothly.
Or maybe you’re already back and you’re noticing it’s just not the same.
Let's make the transition as easy as possible.

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Training & Tools for Individuals

Make sure your team has the tools and skills they need to support their mental well-being, no matter what happens.
Choose from group training, video on-demand, or curated tips for your team.

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Leadership Training Program

This program is for all leaders – Executives, Managers, Supervisors and Team Leads – who want the tools and skills to help their team do their best work, in a way that builds mental health, strong culture, and resilience.

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Strategy Design

Now, more than ever, you need your team working at their best – individually and as a group.
A Mental Health at Work Strategy helps you get to the underlying challenges, and to support your people where they are.

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Advisory Service

Sometimes you just need a bit of advice to make sure you’re on the right track.
I’m here to help.

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Mental Health Skills Training

Learn the skills to improve workplace mental health and create a workplace where everyone can thrive in this cohort-based, live certificate training.

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Why Mental Health, Why Now?

Your company cares about its people and wants to offer support and programs that are meaningful and will have a tangible, positive impact on mental health at work.

There are more pressures than ever before on your people’s mental health, between the Covid19 pandemic and work-from-home orders continuing, as well as usual impacts of a high-stress, high-workload environment.

As a result, your people and teams are struggling – feeling stressed, overwhelmed and likely less productive than usual. They’re also at greater risk of burnout and stress-related leaves.

Your people matter to you, personally and professionally. You want your team to keep performing well. You also want to take care of them.

If you support your people’s mental health in a way that’s proactive and gives them tools they need to support their own well-being, they’ll be able to stay at the top of their game.

They’ll have the tools they need to navigate this difficult period, and emerge stronger, more resilient and better able to do amazing work, no matter what happens.

You’ll have a mentally healthier, happier and more resilient workforce.

You want to act quickly and thoughtfully to respond to these external threats, and to avoid a mental health crisis for your people.

That’s why you’re looking for support to achieve these goals. It’s critical that you get this right. You want your people to know you’re looking out for them, which is why you’re looking for external supports to get the job done well the first time.

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I was thrilled to be featured in this interview in Authority Magazine.

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