Mental Health Training

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From Stigma to Strength: Evolution of Mental Health Discourse, by Erin Lorde

Posted by on 22 Aug, 2023 in Mental Health |

From Stigma to Strength: Evolution of Mental Health Discourse, by Erin Lorde

Amidst the evolving discourse surrounding mental health, where stigma and darkness once prevailed, a new dawn is emerging. The journey from stigma to strength has been a gradual evolution, and at each juncture, the narrative surrounding mental health is being reshaped. The generations, once divided by taboos and misunderstanding, are now finding a shared path in their journey toward understanding, acceptance, and healing. Generational Gap Unveiled: Unmasking Stigma For the older generation,...

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How to help someone with depression, by Katie Howe

Posted by on 14 Jun, 2022 in Mental Health |

How to help someone with depression, by Katie Howe

Depression can touch lives without those closest realising it. If you have a friend or loved one you suspect is suffering, knowing what to do is hard. Should they attend support groups, speak to someone, or call a helpline? Let’s look at how to help someone with depression, so you know what to do. 13% of men and 24% of women will be diagnosed with depression during their lifetime 90% of people beat depression in less than one year of being diagnosed Depression can be a lifetime condition which...

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Return to Work Employer “It’s OK” Pledge, by Jane McNeice

Posted by on 9 Feb, 2021 in Mental Health |

Return to Work Employer “It’s OK” Pledge, by Jane McNeice

When any employee is returning to work after a period of absence, we have things as employers that we may need to do to ease them back into new or changed systems, practices, procedures, and relationships. These help the returner to work to feel included, up-to-date with what is happening, valued, and illustrate that we care about their wellbeing. Coming back to work without any planning can cause lots of unnecessary stress on employees and prevents employers gaining the best from their...

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Advocating a ‘Whole Business Approach’ to Mental Health Training, by Jane McNeice

Posted by on 25 Nov, 2020 in Mental Health |

Advocating a ‘Whole Business Approach’ to Mental Health Training, by Jane McNeice

As a mental health training provider who has been offering courses since 2015, we’ve had the privilege of working with a diverse range of industries across all business sectors. We’ve delivered in many venues from small community halls, churches, airports, state of the art office suites, to high-security environments, and met some fascinating people, including Benedictine monks! Some of our clients opt for individual delegate places through our open online and face-to-face courses....

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What is the right mental health training course for me: Understanding the differences across mental health training courses, by Jane McNeice

Posted by on 21 Sep, 2020 in Mental Health |

What is the right mental health training course for me: Understanding the differences across mental health training courses, by Jane McNeice

Mind Matters has on many occasion been approached by clients looking to train managers in mental health, with a specific request for Mental Health First Aid training. There’s nothing intrinsically problematic with that at all, unless you are looking for an outcome which MHFA was not specifically designed to achieve. For this reason, it’s important for clients, commissioners, and buyers to understand how mental health training courses differ and what might be the most suitable course, or...

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