Well Minds Work offers a range of interactive evidence-based wellbeing workshops that can be tailored to meet your organisational needs. These workshops will be facilitated by two clinical psychologists in a face-to-face format at your organisation or at our own external location in the Hobart CBD. Well Minds Work are also very willing to travel interstate to deliver workshops, and will consider online facilitation depending on company needs.
After meeting with the team at Well Minds Work, a personalised proposal with an outline of your workshop, as well as a quote, will be provided to your organisation. This proposal and quote will vary based on the number of workshops required, the duration of workshop/s, and the amount of program development required (for tailored or specialised programs).
Mental Health Workshops
Mental health and wellbeing workshops are aimed at providing evidence-based information and strategies for improving mental health, self-care, and resilience. These workshops range in length from one hour to two full days and are suitable for individuals, employees, management, and employers. Mental health knowledge and psychological benefits will be assessed through pre- and post- workshop measures.
An example half day workshop may include psycho-education about wellbeing, strategies for dealing with challenging thoughts and emotions, behavioural strategies for improving wellbeing, an explanation of how and where to get more mental health support, and a helpful resource pack.
Our mental health and wellbeing workshops can be tailored to your needs and cover a range of different mental health and related topics. You can see some specific example topics below.
Tailored workshops for managers and employers based on organisational context and needs. For example:
– Communication skills for managing and engaging with staff
– Communication skills for working with people with mental health difficulties (e.g., anxiety, depression, trauma)
– Providing effective feedback and having difficult conversations
– Psycho-education regarding managing mental health issues in the workplace
– Anticipating and preventing burnout
– Self-care, maintaining boundaries, and keeping mentally healthy when working with people with mental health issues
– And more…
Tailored workshops for employees based on organisational context and needs. For example:
– Understanding and managing anxiety/depression
– Managing vicarious trauma
– Living mindfully
– Self-care and maintaining work-life balance
– Organisational and individual values and alignment
– Sleep difficulties
– How to motivate yourself or your staff
– Team building day (focused on creating/maintaining healthy workplace culture)
– Wellbeing retreat (including: mental health wellbeing education and skills, mindfulness, food, accommodation)
– And more…
Psychological Risk Assessment
A psychosocial risk assessment is a process aimed at identifying, assessing, and controlling psychosocial hazards/risks in order to protect the mental health and wellbeing of workers. The completion of a psychosocial risk assessment is a best practice approach informed by Work Health and Safety Laws that assists workplaces to meet their legal obligations. Well Minds Work can assist organisations to complete a psychosocial risk assessment that reduces psychosocial risks in order to improve staff wellbeing and company outcomes. A psychosocial risk assessment typically includes the following steps:
– Identify psychosocial hazards
– Assess the level of risk associated with each identified psychosocial hazard
– Develop control strategies for the identified psychosocial risks
– Implement control strategies for the identified psychosocial risks
– Review the efficacy of implemented control measures
Implementation of tailored staff wellbeing programs and ongoing support for organisations. May include:
– Explanation of why wellbeing is essential in an organisational context
– Completion of an analysis of your organisation’s wellbeing needs
– Development of a wellbeing strategy for your organisation
– Implementation of your tailored wellbeing strategy (including training of employees and management as needed)
– Assessment of the effectiveness of your wellbeing strategy
– Updates of your wellbeing strategy as needed over time