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Workplace Costs of Mental Illness!

Do you know workplace costs of mental illness are up to 39 billion dollars in lost productivity? Thankfully mental health initiatives, such as mental health workshops can have a 2.3 return on investment for workplaces! Get in touch with Well Minds Work to find out how we can help reduce to costs of mental health in your organisation!

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Well Minds Work presents Psychology in the Pub!

Psychology in the Pub: Ten Tips for Coping with COVID-19 Fatigue

2021 was meant to be the year things were back to normal… yet we are a few months into what was meant to be a magical year, and things are still very much the same. COVID-19 is a part of every news bulletin, social distancing stickers can be seen at every store, and sanitiser has become as essential as H20. This presentation is about how to adapt to what is our new normal with your sanity intact. We will be providing ten tips to cope with COVID-19 fatigue, with plenty of opportunity for questions. It is our hope that these tips will serve you well in handling the ongoing stress and mental health challenges associated with life in a painfully persistent pandemic. This talk is the first in a series of “Psychology in the Pub” presentations, where psychologists will present on a range of interesting and engaging topics related to mental health and psychological issues. Emma and Jess look forward to welcoming you to a fun and relaxing afternoon of learning.

Details:

Presenters: Dr Emma Richardson, Clinical Psychogist; Jessica Forward, Psychologist

When: Sunday April 18th – Doors open at 4:00pm, Presentation at 4:30pm

Where: Hobart Brewing Co. 16 Evans Street, Hobart

Tickets: $5 – from https://www.psychology.org.au/Event/221852021

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Meet the Team behind Well Minds Work!

Hello, and welcome to our business page!

If you do not already know us (Jessica Forward – left; and Dr. Emma Richardson – right) we are the Co-Founders of WMW. We are both registered psychologists who have a shared interest in preventative mental health and community education.

We began WMW because we are passionate about empowering individuals to become their own mental health professionals through learning and self-reflection.

We have previously worked across numerous settings but solidified our working relationship and friendship through development of a community-based program for a non-for-profit organisation during 2019. This inspired the dream of WMW and prompted us to develop workshops targeted at organisations as a way of impacting a larger audience and improving psychological wellbeing, workplace productivity, and employee satisfaction.

To find out more about us and what we do at WMW, please explore our website: https://www.wellmindswork.com.au/ – or contact us via email at [email protected]