Mental health is one of the most important issues facing businesses today. According to the World Federation for Mental Health, one in five people in the workplace experience a mental health condition at some point.
These come in many different forms, ranging from stress, panic attacks and anxiety to depression, burnout and suicidal thoughts, among others. Mental health issues such as these can, in turn, impact organizations through absenteeism, employee turnover, and a loss of engagement and productivity. This program provides guidance for both employers and employees on achieving quality mental health and wellbeing and supporting others in this quest.
Gill Hasson is a tutor, trainer and writer; she has over 20 years’ experience teaching, coaching and writing on anything and everything to do with personal development.
Gill delivers teaching and training for educational institutions, voluntary and business organizations, and the public sector.
She has written books for both adults and children. Her books for adults include the bestselling Mindfulness: Be mindful, Live in the moment, Mindfulness Pocketbook: Little exercises for a calmer life and Emotional Intelligence: Managing emotions to make a positive impact on your life and career.
Gill has also written books on subjects such as positive thinking, dealing with difficult people, overcoming anxiety, mental health and wellbeing in the workplace. Gill’s particular interest and motivation is in helping people to realize their potential and to live their best life!
is a registered psychotherapist and member of the UK Council for Psychotherapy, and an Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) trauma therapist. She worked in the UK National Health Service (NHS) for over 30 years at Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust in England. During this time she led services in supporting staff from multi-allied professions – including nurses, doctors, paramedics, police and fire service personnel – through wellbeing and mental health issues. She is now a consultant psychotherapist and director of Donna Butler Associates, providing specialist therapy for individuals and couples, as well as for organizations, where she delivers debriefing and post-incident support and training. She regularly presents at national conferences and, with Gill Hasson, has co-authored a book called Mental Health and Wellbeing in the Workplace (Capstone/Wiley), which has been endorsed by Duncan Selbie, chief executive of Public Health England, as well as other leading healthcare professionals.
You will find out how to balance your work and personal life and how you can collectively contribute to a healthier and happier workplace where everyone can thrive!