What is Mental Health?
Mental health connects to our well-being
According to the World Health Organization mental health is “a state of well-being in which every individual realizes his or her own potential, can cope with normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to her or his community”.
Good mental health allows us to enjoy life.
Poor mental health affects our lives negatively and prevents us leading a normal life.
An interview with Dr. Jean Marie Farish, VoiceAmerica World Talk Radio Empowerment Show Host, LOVE LIGHT, with Guest Drona Dewi, from Malaysia, “Wellness and Mental Health in the Workplace”.
Wellness and Mental Health Interview
OUR WORKSHOP IS
A strategic approach to deal with mental health in the workplace & anywhere!
Drona Wellness works with Mental Health Management to facilitate their signature workshop.
This workshop aims to familiarise you with the signs and symptoms of poor mental health in your workplace or sports club and equip you with the tools needed to support people with issues such as depression, anxiety and panic attacks. You will be trained to be a first aid responder!
By the end of this workshop, you’ll be able to recognise changes in behaviour and offer an informed first aid response to help somebody in need.
WHO IT’S FOR:
- Managers, trainers and coaches.
- Sporting teams.
- Wellness & spa staff such as physios, massage therapists, trainers and medical teams.
- Anyone working in a high-pressure job.
- Mid-senior level management teams.
What we cover :
How you will Benefit :
- You’ll learn what you need to know about mental health and practical tips you can use immediately.
- Gain confidence in talking about mental health.
- Be able to recognise the signs and symptoms of poor mental health.
- Know how to approach and support someone who is showing signs of poor mental health.
- Understand the importance of self-care and looking after your own mental health.
- An overview of mental health.
- The signs and symptoms of common mental health issues.
- Approaching someone who is experiencing poor mental health.
- How to communicate and listen effectively.
1. Questions you should ask.
2. Phrasing difficult talking points.
3. Handling challenging situations such as suicide.
4. How to provide immediate or ongoing support.
- Strategies on how to maintain your own mental health.
- Tips and suggestions to pass on to colleagues and team mates.
- Where to get help and support.
This 6-hour course includes:
- A fully-immersive, practical workshop
- A beautifully designed, informative and educational workbook and resources
- Group support – valid for 2 years
- One to one mentoring
- Certificate of Achievement
READY TO BECOME A MENTAL HEALTH RESPONDER?
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