Wellness for Workplaces, Corporations, and Organizations
I have spent years of my career offering customized workplace trainings and corporate retreats on critical wellness & mental health topics. My mission is for your group or team to glean real-world skills to better serve their work and their well-being. I am an engaging and interactive presenter who has spoken at conferences and trainings around the country.
- Work/Well/Being Trainings
- Know the Signs Training: Supporting Those in Distress
- Workplace Retreats
Workplaces that espouse a culture of employee well-being can bring this ethos further to life with a hands-on workday presentation or a full corporate retreat with me, all about working well and being well. Bring psychology-based professional development to your team for enhanced productivity and work-life contentment. Your team learns The Psychology of Happiness in Work and Life, filled with the relatable “life hacks” I offer my clients, but in the comfort and context of your work environment.
DO GREAT WORK.
GIVE TO YOUR TEAM, COMMUNITY AND FAMILY.
GIVE TO YOURSELF, WITHOUT LOSING YOURSELF IN IT ALL.
- The Psychology of Productivity & Contentment
- Radical Self-Care at Work
- Mindfulness Habits for Creativity, Calm, & Productivity
- Anxiety-Busting Therapy (but not therapy) Tips
- Authentic Leadership & Confidence Training
Know the Signs Training: Supporting Those in Distress
Identifying psychological distress in others is a critical tool in the workplace and in life. Whether for colleagues, friends, or yourself, knowing signs of mental health distress and the steps to take bolsters your confidence and skills to support in the best ways.
UNDERSTAND WARNING SIGNS.
FEEL EMPOWERED TO OFFER SUPPORT.
PRACTICE BOUNDARIES AND REFERRING.
1. Learn risk factors and warning signs:
- Depressed or low mood, worthlessness, helplessness, hopelessness
- Anxiety, panic attacks
- Sudden changes in behavior
- Isolating, withdrawing
- Suicidal thoughts, wanting to die
2. Understand what to do next:
- Cultural and identity considerations
- How to start the conversation
- Recommended words & approaches
- Managing boundaries
- How to ask about suicide
3. Know your role and when to refer:
- Checking your comfort and limitations
- Having resources for referring
- Learning the best referral tactics