MENTAL FITNESS SERIES - Let's End the Stigma and Talk

Nov 24, 2020

MENTAL FITNESS SERIES - Let's End the Stigma and Talk - having meaningful conversations about mental health

In a world free of stigma, conversations around mental ill health happen without fear of repercussions or concern about saying the wrong thing!   This is a vision we say we want. 

Proactively managing our mental fitness helps us to prevents mental ill health.  However, it does not eliminate it, so we have to be prepared and ready to have the conversation with family, friends, colleagues and managers alike, whether you are the one in crisis or the person of trust chosen as confidant. 

So, let's be ready to have meaningful conversations around mental health. 

In this session, run in conjunction with our partners Mind & Mission, we will explore:

  • what is stigma and why does it still exist
  • understand how to create the optimum conditions for these conversations
  • explore existing skills set that we can use to make these conversations truly meaningful

The session will be run by Louise Scott.  Louise is a psychotherapist who specialise in workplace mental health and will be available at the end to answer any questions you have.

Please note this session will be run over Zoom.  Not all organisations support the use of Zoom, therefore you may be required to find an alternative device to attend this session.  Zoom is compatible with iPhone and android phones, iPad and tablets and laptops. 

SIO Members can register for the webinar by logging into the members section, go to the Events Tab and selecting this webinar. 

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