Our Framework for Workplace Mental Health

Through tailored programmes, workshops, webinars and coaching, Mental Health at Work facilitates learning through both face to face and virtual interactions, driving positive change around the mental health agenda in the workplace.

Our approach is based on our framework of Understand – Manage Prevent which enables organisations to start and finish their mental health journey at a point that meets their specific learning outcome needs.

Our Workshops: Face to Face or Virtual via Zoom

Understand Manage Prevent
Up to 120 mins
Suitable for all
Up to one day
Suitable for anyone who has conversations about mental health within their role
90 mins to two days
The choice of workshops are suitable for a variety of workplace roles

MHAW Rosette Understanding Mental Health – a workshop raising awareness and improving understanding of self and others.

MHAW RosetteOngoing learning – customised workshops to address targeted areas within your workplace.

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MHAW Rosette MHaW Manage® – a workshop which raises awareness and understanding of mental health, building skills and confidence to have conversations with colleagues.

MHAW Rosette Ongoing learning – customised workshops to address targetted areas within your workplace.

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MHAW Rosette Various programmes which support organisations to build and embed a preventative strategy around workplace mental health

MHAW Rosette MHaW Allies ® - a volunteer role for all levels within an organisation to provide skilled listening and signposting.

MHAW Rosette Coaching – 1:1 coaching to support individuals to manage mental health within their role.

MHAW Rosette Ongoing learning – customised workshops to address targeted areas within your workplace.

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Mental Health At Work Framework

Using this framework, we have delivered hundreds of mental health workplace programmes; benefitting businesses and employees across the world.

Developing and implementing a mental health programme in your organisation is essential to drive open, inclusive and productive workplaces, where attitudes and behaviour around mental health continue to change. Our approach makes a distinction between the responsibility of the individual to manage mental health and the workplace to create a health and supportive environment  It creates a shared understanding around noticing and acting by improving awareness and  knowledge around mental health, mental health issues and mental illness.

Your people will gain skills that can be applied across the workplace to humanise conversations around mental health, improving leadership productivity and employee satisfaction. Leaders will be clear about their role, responsibilities and boundaries, and how to support colleagues.

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