Discover tools to help create a space where workers feel safe, respected, and valued
Workplace Mental Health Safety Talks includes set of seven pre-recorded 15-minute talks on topics such as stress, stigma, anxiety and youth, the importance of having conversations, and general overview of mental health, mental illness, and mental harm.
- Mental Health Matters reviews the importance of mental health in the workplace; definitions of mental health, mental illness, and mental harm; comparison of mental to physical health, and understanding the public self and the private self.
- Mental Health - Stamping out Stigma discusses the origin of stigma, what stigma looks like, the reasons people fear stigma, and looks at ways we can help stamp out stigma.
- Mental Health - It's Okay Not To Be Okay defines mental health, mental illness, and mental harm; what makes us not okay (world events, life, etc.); the same journey, different vessel, and strategies we can use.
- Mental Health - RU OK? How to have the Conversation discusses challenging conversations and how to have a mental health conversation; reviews the mental health continuum; and help participants feel ready and prepared to have the conversation.
- Mental Health - You're on Mute: Dealing with Stress discusses stress: the good, the bad, the ugly; what we can do about stress; using humour and laughter to help; and reviews the mental health continuum.
- Mental Health - Supporting Young Workers reviews the difference between online and real-life; the rise of anxiety, and teens and anxiety; how Covid is affecting our mental health; and reviews what we can do.
- Mental Health - Covid and Me discusses how COVID-19 has affected our lives, identifies where we see ourselves and others on the mental health continuum, looks at perception and how to change the way we think about mental health; and explores simple helpful strategies.
Learn more about Workplace Mental Health training and resources and discover tools to help create a space where workers feel safe, respected, and valued--visit WSN Workplace Mental Health 'Training' and 'Resources' webpages.