Join us for our live 45 min webinar on Tuesday 10th October at 12:00-12:45 for World Mental Health Day 2023!

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What is the webinar about?

We will look at mental health at work as a whole, thinking about how we support our colleagues, teams, and ourselves.

  • What is mental health
  • What is a mental health problem
  • Alarm bells of a decline in wellbeing
  • How to A.C.T – using our practical action plan.

Who is the webinar for?

‘Me, My Colleagues & Our Mental Health’ is perfect to share within your workplace for World Mental Health Day. You will learn practical skills about how to spot signs and symptoms of mental ill-health or a decline in wellbeing, how to listen effectively, and how to take action. You will also learn about mental health as a spectrum and how we can better look after our own wellbeing.

What is World Mental Health Day?

World Mental Health Day was first observed on the 10th of October 1992 as an annual activity of the World Federation for Mental Health aimed at promoting mental health advocacy and educating the public on relevant issues. Celebrated on the 10th of October, it provides an opportunity to place the spotlight on the mental health challenges experienced in our world today.

It is a great opportunity to engage your organisation in the fantastic work you are already doing to address mental health stigma in the workplace, and to introduce new policies or activities to employees.


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.

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We also have a team of dedicated Mental Health Training Specialists to consult with you and your organisation on strategy and implementing mental health training.

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We believe in equality between mental and physical health, that’s why we provide training in both.


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