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The Working Mind Virtual: Mental Health Training for Employees (May 2022)

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About this workshop 
Established by the Mental Health Commission of Canada, the Working Mind is an evidence-based training program designed to address and promote mental health and reduce stigma in a workplace setting. It includes scenario-based practical applications, custom videos of people with lived experience of mental illness, participant reference guides, and related handouts. This version of the program is for employees (non-managers).
May 12, 2022 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. & May 19, 2022 9:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Virtual via Zoom
Attendance: Participants must attend both sessions. Participants will not be admitted if they join after the first 15 minutes of the course has passed and will not be eligible for a course certificate if they miss more than 30 minutes of material. 
What will you learn?

Participants will:

  • Learn about the basic concepts, risk factors and causes of mental illness and mental disorders
  • Gain the confidence, tools and resources to manage and support employees who may be experiencing mental health problems or illness
  • Learn about the Mental Health Continuum Model, how to observe changes in employees along the continuum, and how to take appropriate action
  • Develop resilience and health-coping strategies
  • Build their mental health literacy to help recognize, manage and support colleagues with mental health challenges in the workplace.
Your facilitators
This session will be facilitated by Amanda Swoboda, Wellbeing Specialist for UBC HR and Truelove Twumasi, Workplace Wellbeing Programs Specialist. Amanda and Truelove are certified Working Mind trainers through the Mental Health Commission of Canada.
Additional Information
For more information about the program, please visit The Working Mind.