Improving workplace mental health.
Mental Health in the workplace affects us all, whether we are employers or employees.
When mental health issues are not addressed and treated appropriately, there can be considerable personal and financial costs to individuals and organizations. Fortunately, with prevention, early treatment and support, many of these costs can be significantly reduced or eliminated entirely.
Our Wellness Works education suite provides the workshops, courses and presentations your workplace needs to help your team learn more about mental health. Your staff will learn to improve their own wellness, manage stress and support others living with mental health concerns.
And here’s the good news – every $1 businesses invest in mental health returns $2.30 in improved productivity – a mentally healthy workplace is worth investing in.
We have several workshops and programs to choose from and we can provide customized sessions based on your unique needs and timeframe. Request simply by completing the Presentation Submission Form. See workshop description and fees below.
Mental Health 101
Improve mental health awareness and psychological health and safety of your organization.
Technology and Your Mental Health
Learn the risks technologies can have on your emotional, social and overall mental health.
Keeping Mentally Healthy Throughout Retirement
Learn how to navigate the emotional challenges of retirement by identifying fears and expectations, and by creating an active plan for an emotionally healthy retirement.
Marijuana and Your Mental Health
Many question the link between marijuana and our mental health.
Mental Health Impacts on Newcomers
Newcomers to Canada may face many challenges: being far away from family and friends, financial and employment challenges, learning a new language and adapting to a new culture.
Stress can have a detrimental effect on the health and wellbeing of employees, as well as a negative impact on productivity.
Recognize the issue of suicide; learn how to have a conversation about suicide.
This is a highly interactive workshop, incorporating a combination of solo, small group and whole group activities.
Strategies for Families $ Caregivers
Learn strategies to help manage your own needs through self-care, resources and understanding basic mental Health signs and symptoms.
Improve our way of thinking, our self-esteem and self-confidence.
Mental fitness is just as important as physical fitness, and shouldn’t be neglected.
Strategies to Work Better and Live Happier
58% of Canadians report “overload” associated with their many roles at work, at home with family and friends and in their community.
Improve workplace mental health and learn strategies to reduce absenteeism and disability leave costs.
Managing Conflicts & Creative Problem Sovling
Change the way you see and respond to difficult situations and learn to handle difficult conversations with skill and confidence.
Psychological Health & Safety
Mental Health issues have a powerful and an expanding impact in the workplace.
Mental Health & Accommodation in the Workplace
Explore the roles of employees and managers in the accommodation process.
Self-Care for Volunteers
Learn how to identify causes of stress, explore the signs and symptoms, and burnout by offering practical tools to identify stress and improve balance in their life.