Supporting Mental Health and Wellbeing in your Workplace during COVID-19
We are aware that for many organisations, Coronavirus (COVID-19) is creating a lot of uncertainty, and this may be having an impact on your business and employees in many ways. It is important that we recognise how this new normal may affect our mental health, and that we ensure we are taking care of ourselves and our colleagues. We are here to support you.
We have been working hard to develop online training that acknowledges the impact of Coronavirus and are pleased to be able to present our new Online Workplace Mental Health and Wellbeing Training courses. They are designed to support you to manage mental health and wellbeing proactively and minimise the impact of mental ill health on your business and your people.
Our courses are accessible, written and delivered by experienced and expert trainers. We have live webinars and pre-recorded courses available for every level in the workplace – from managers to employees – and we can develop bespoke training to meet your organisation’s needs. We will help you to raise the level of health, wellbeing, and engagement across your organisation, so that your business can accommodate the ‘new normal’ and your people can thrive. You can view our full brochure here, or contact email@example.com for a quote.
In response to COVID-19, we have developed the following training to be delivered online:
Mental Health First Aid England Courses:
Resilience & Wellbeing for Human Resource teams
Working from home – Wellness Action Plans for Employees
Working from home – Wellness Action Plans for Managers
Stress Resilience toolkit
Good Mood Food toolkit
Finding Focus toolkit
Bespoke Webinars – one hour, developed specifically for your needs
Our trainers understand what makes people tick from a psychological perspective; many are also trained counsellors or coaches. Our workshops are delivered with sensitivity, tact, and diplomacy. Because of their background, our trainers know how to create an online learning environment that feels safe and supportive, while still giving people the tools they need to live and work well.
Every penny from our training revenue goes into our local unfunded services to support people in Bristol. Our services aim to contribute to mental and emotional wellbeing, and to reduce stigma and discrimination. Bristol Mind aims to promote a positive view of mental health and provide services that are accessible, relevant, and empowering to the people using them.
Our services include counselling, mental health advocacy, information and signposting, support groups, and emotional support helplines. Find out more here.