Join Tracey Dangerfield and Ceri Morris from SkillBase First Aid for this live 30 min webinar on Thursday 4th February at 14:30 for Time to Talk Day 2021!
We discuss how to support colleagues and employees with their mental health and wellbeing through the Covid-19 pandemic. Looking specifically at the kinds of useful questions you can ask someone who might be struggling and the importance of empathy when engaging in conversations. We hope to provide you with some really helpful new ways to think about supporting positive mental health.
So take some time away from your usual 2.30pm on a Thursday, make yourself a cuppa and join us!
Tracey is CEO at SkillBase First Aid, a Mental Health First Aid Instructor and trained therapist. Ceri is Head of Mental Health Training at SkillBase First Aid, a communications and workplace wellbeing specialist with lived experience of mental ill-health.
Ask us a question!
We would love to have your questions ahead of the live webinar so we can answer as many as possible during the 30 minute live session! Look out for the space in the sign-up form to add your question. There will also be a free downloadable toolkit at the end of the chat and a chance to book in for a free consultation with Tracey or Ceri for further guidance.
What is Time To Talk Day?
Time to Talk Day from Time To Change takes place on Thursday 4th February 2021 - This year's theme is 'The Power of Small'
A small conversation about mental health has the power to make a big difference. We know that the more conversations we have, the more myths we can bust and barriers we can break down, helping to end the isolation, shame and worthlessness that too many of us with mental health problems are made to feel.
'Time to Talk Day is the day that we get the nation talking about mental health. This year's event might look a little different, but at times like this open conversations about mental health are more important than ever. We need your help to start the conversation this Time to Talk Day - together we can end mental health stigma.'
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One in four people in the UK will suffer from a mental health issue each year and yet two-thirds have no one to speak to about their mental health, according to a poll for Time To Talk Day 2019 by Time To Change.
While it is a legal requirement to have physical first aiders in every workplace, and in many public places and events, we’re still a long way from seeing our mental health treated in the same way.
Here at SkillBase First Aid we hope to change that by training people as mental health first aiders to be able to assist those suffering with mental ill health in the workplace, and signposting them to get the appropriate professional help.
We also have a dedicated Mental Health Training Manager to consult with you and your organisation on strategy, implementing MHFA and all wellbeing related policies.