The unprecedented response to the COVID-19 pandemic has created new pressures in the workplace. Uncertainties about job security, pay cuts, health and caregiving have left many employees feeling isolated and overwhelmed.
New challenges will arise as businesses reopen and work environments change in surprising and challenging ways. Many organizations will implement new guidelines on physical distancing and gatherings, while many more will extend remote work flexibility to employees.
Creating an emotionally healthy workplace has taken on increased urgency.
Prepare yourself and your employees for the “new normal” with MHFA at Work products and services. Give them the tools they need to support a healthy environment at work and at home.
Tips and Tools for Mental Health First Aiders in the Workplace
Creating an emotionally healthy workplace has taken on increased urgency. As a Mental Health First aider in the Workplace you have the skills and tools to help build and sustain a healthy environment at work and at home. Please join us for a live seminar dedicated to reinforcing the principles of MHFA at Work. The session will include information on best practices in the workplace and guidance on how to support each other and ourselves. We will host discussion on current areas of most pressing concern, with a focus on the impact of trauma, the importance of team engagement, self-care and mindfulness.
When They Might Need You the Most: Tips and Tools for Mental Health First Aiders in the Workplace
Peer Support Champions, Mental Health Ambassadors, and all employees who have successfully completed the MHFA at Work 8-hr certification training are invited to learn more about how to be great supports for their colleagues, friends and families.
Employee Support Under Stressful Conditions
Mental Health First Aid can foster skills for building resilience in those who continue to provide essential services on the job and in their communities. Everyone who has participated in an MHFA at Work training is invited to learn more about how to extend their understanding and practice of MHFA in support of colleagues, friends, families and especially themselves
Resourceful, Resilient, and Remote Employees
Changes to workflow and work environments can be disruptive and stressful, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. To combat feelings of loneliness, isolation and anxiety that may emerge, we will discuss tools and best practices from MHFA as we honor recommendations for physical distancing.