Let us help you create a mentally healthier workplace
Twenty percent of Canadians will experience a diagnosed mental illness in their lifetime but more than 40% will experience challenges with their mental health during their working years. Of those 40%, 2 out of 3 people suffer in silence fearing judgment rather than seeking treatment.
Work with us to ensure your employees and members get the support they need. A psychologically healthy and safe workplace is within your reach.
CMHA BC can customize a presentation for your workplace, either as a presentation or a workshop. Topics for larger staff groups may
- Awareness of Mental Health at Work
- Social Support
Union and Occupational Health and Safety Representatives
- Safe & Sound: Building a Psychologically Safe Workplace – Learn about how to promote mental health and address mental
illness, including addiction, in the workplace from a health and safety perspective.
Front Line Workers
- Responding With Respect – Give your front line staff the tools they need to work with clients who may be experiencing distress due to mental illness or stress
- Mental Health First Aid – Provide training for your team to provide initial help to people who are showing signs of a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis.
- Suicide Prevention Training – Help your staff feel more comfortable asking employees or colleagues about suicide and give them the tools they need to intervene and access support.
Leaders and Managers
- Mental Health Works – Give leaders the tools and skills they need to open a dialogue with employees that are
showing signs of distress.
- Resilient Minds—Building the Psychological Health of Firefighters – Modular skill-building workshops providing comprehensive
information on trauma, mental health problems, and resiliency
Organizational Change Agents
- Psychological Health and Safety Advisor Training – Learn how to implement the National Standard of
Canada for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace, including how to assess readiness for change, apply tools to assess and analyze psychological health and safety, and prepare an implementation plan.
- Peer Support Program Development and Support – Building and sustaining a peer support program allows you to leverage the lived experience of mental illness and recovery in your workplace to increase psychological support and protection.
Our certified trainers are also available for speaking events, custom workshops and to help you plan and implement your workplace mental health strategy. Contact us to learn more!
For more details and pricing, please see our brochures below. To learn how to bring these workshop to your workplace, please contact us at email@example.com or 604-688-3234.