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Mental Health & Wellness Trainings

*Trainings can be tailored to your organizational needs. Contact us for more information!


Understanding the Impact of Mental Health in the Post COVID workplace

This presentation looks at the impact of individual and collective trauma experienced over the past two and a half years, and the impact on workplace culture. This workshop includes research-based practical tips on how to create an environment that is not only supportive, but progressive in responding to the mental health needs of employees.


Ignoring Workplace Mental Health? It could be costing you millions

Reviews the financial impact on your organization when employee mental health is not recognized and responded to early and consistently in terms of absenteeism, presenteeism and employee turnover.




Stress vs. Anxiety: Self Care vs. Treatment

Based on the work of Emily and Amelia Nagowski this presentation answers the question “What is the difference between stress and anxiety with a discussion of the neurobiology of both. Offers practical tips on how to “complete” the stress cycle physically, cognitively, and emotionally for optimal mental wellbeing.



Components of a Trauma Informed Workplace

Defines the six principals of the trauma-informed model as defined by SAMSHA and how to operate with an understanding of trauma and its negative effects on the organization's employees and the communities it serves. Discussion includes how to work to mitigate those negative effects.


What is Mindfulness?

Based on Russ Harris’ work on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, this workshop explores myths and facts about what mindfulness is and how it is practiced. Includes experiential exercises that cater to the varying styles of adult learners.


Doing What Matters:
Identifying Your Values and Living the Life You Want

Based on Dr. Russ Harris’ work in Acceptance and Commitment therapy this workshop guides employees in the exploration of their values in ten life dimensions and identify where their strengths and opportunities for growth are. 


Dealing with Difficult Clients

Based on the work of Manika Thomas LISCW, this presentation examines mindsets and strategies that promote success with difficult clients. Participants will learn how to look at behavior from a functional model, understand the three brain states that impact a client’s ability to communicate and relate to you as their caseworker and approach clients from a strengths-based perspective. Will teach validation and empathy skills that empower clients without being patronizing or dismissive.


Setting Health Boundaries In Work and Life

There was a time when the boundaries between work and home were fairly clear. Today, however, work is likely to invade your personal life and maintaining work-life balance is no simple task. We see the evidence of work/life imbalance in the workplace including increases in workplace violence, co-worker conflict, and increases in absenteeism and presenteeism. This also increases your short- and long-term disability costs.

Topics discussed in this training include:​

  • What do you  value?

  • What are the barriers from preventing you from living your best life

  • Strategies for achieving balance with values conflicts


Compassion Fatigue

Do you ever feel like you just don't care anymore?  Compassion fatigue can cause employees to feel discouraged  and apathetic. Compassion fatigue can reduce an individual’s empathy and lead them to dread or even avoid certain people and/or tasks. This training explains the symptoms of compassion fatigue and teaches participants to identify, understand and respond to symptoms that may impact their ability to do their job effectively   Participants identify their "why"  for  choosing the work/career that have and empower them to develop healthy boundaries which, in turn,  will increase both job satisfaction and productivity.


Improving Communication 

Effective communication helps us better understand people and situations, enables us to resolve differences, helps build trust and respect. Clear but kind communication creates an environment where creative ideas, problem solving, and kindness flourish.  This can cause conflict and frustration in personal and professional relationships. By learning effective communication skills, you can better connect with your spouse, kids, friends, and coworkers. 

Topics discussed in this training include:​

  • Identifying personal communication styles

  • Non-verbal communication

  • Overcoming barriers to effective communication

  • Are you listening to listen or to respond?


Stress, Overwhelm and Burnout: Healthy Options for Coping

tress is an everyday occurrence, but every person responds to the pressures of life in their own way. This training is designed to help individuals gain awareness stressors in their life, identify their own unique response to stress, and learn proven strategies to help manage stress. These strategies will help us to remain calm and effective in high pressure situations and help us to avoid the health problems associated with long term stress.

Topics discussed in this training include:

  • Defining stress and stressors

  • Understanding and completing  the Stress Cycle

  • How stress affects physical health and emotional wellness


Navigating Relationships at Work

Everyone interactions with many different types of people while on the job whether it be coworkers, bosses, customers, or others.  It’s important to be cognizant and respectful of all others. This course describes the different types of relationships in the workplace and how to interact with the people in each role.

Topics discussed in this training include:

  • Interacting with executives, colleagues, and others in the organization

  • Handling challenging supervisors

  • Understanding and managing the workplace enviornment

  • When relationships turn negative


Bounce Back: Building Resiliency  

On average, individuals will experience major life-changing events up to 20 times in our lifetime. This interactive training will help individuals through periods of transition.  This training offers four 60 minute sessions:

​Recognize, Recover, Sustain, Reflect.


Identifying, Understanding and Communicating about Substance Misuse

Substance use has become increasingly more common in today’s world.  This course examines substance use versus abuse and treatment options.  

Topics discussed in this training include:​

  • ​Stages of substance use

  • Definition and consequences of misuse

  • Relationship Between Shame and Addiction

  • Treatment methods 


Self-Care: Moving beyond massages and bubble baths

Putting one's own oxygen mask first can often be difficult.  Self-care is critical to be able to care for your family, friends, coworkers, and clients/employees.


Topics discussed in this training include:​​

  • Self-care assessments

  • Recognizing vulnerabilities

  • Mindfulness


Coping with Uncertainty

Everyone experiences anxiety at varying levels depending on their past and current experiences. In the whole scheme of life there we can control very little.   This course examines the different types of anxiety and healthy responses to uncertainty. 


Topics discussed in this training include:

  • Somatic manifestation of anxiety

  • Symptoms, causes, and triggers

  • Treatment methods

  • Self-care


Understanding Vicarious Trauma

Vicarious trauma is a little discussed condition that impacts many employees, especially those working in health care and emergency services.  It is imperative for employees in these professions to adopt healthy stress management and coping mechanisms to manage symptoms of vicarious trauma 


Topics discussed in this training include:

  • Defining vicarious trauma and its impacts

  • Identifying symptoms of vicarious trauma

  • Identifying risk factors and warning signs

  • Working protectively

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