In Workplaces

Everyone has the right to flourish in a workplace environment free from stigma.

We want to tackle mental health stigma in every part of life, so it's important that we reach workplaces across Northern Ireland.

Our programme in communities aims to:

  •          improve people’s attitude and behaviours around mental health
  •          Increase openness about talking about mental health
  •          Increase help seeking behaviour

By . . .

  •          Mental Health Charter 
  •          Mental Health Awareness Training
  •          Inspiration Points with wellbeing information for workplaces
  •          Anti-Stigma resources for workplaces

We are proud to be a supporter of the Mental Health Charter, which has been designed to promote inclusivity for people experiencing poor mental health, in their workplace.

Information and Awareness Sessions available–

Anti-Stigma and Mental Health Awareness - Employee Engagement Session

Length of Session: 2 hours

Suitable for all Staff

In this introductory workshop, managers will learn about mental health, recognising signs and symptoms of stress, and how to support staff and signpost to further support.

Mental Health and Stigma Awareness for Managers - Employee Engagement Session

Length of Session: 2 hours

Suitable for Managers

In this introductory workshop, managers will learn about mental health, recognising signs and symptoms of stress, and how to support staff and signpost to further support.

Anti-Stigma and Mental Health: Working With Young People - Employee Engagement Session

Length of Session: 2 hours

Suitable for Staff working with Young People 

In this introductory workshop, participants will learn about mental health in the context of working with young people. Participants will gain an understanding of how to support a young person and where to signpost for further support.

Introduction to Mindfulness - Employee Engagement Session

Length of Session: 2 hours

Suitable for all Staff

In this introductory workshop, participants will learn that as they become more fully aware of and present to their emotions, they can begin to identify, observe and thereafter challenge and change negative thought and behavioural patterns whilst challenging stigma.

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