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In today’s workforce, establishing mental health peer groups and leaders is growing in popularity as a way for organizations to successfully support their employees with mental health issues. Knowledgeable and easy to access, these peers can often provide a safe space for those seeking support.
Peers can be helpful in understanding the work culture, providing education, encouraging networking, and promoting ownership of others’ well-being. That’s why LifeWorks Learning developed the Mental Health Peer Support Program. Dedicated to organizations trying to make a positive impact on their employees’ mental health, the program is about people helping people.
How can mental health peers help?
Members of this group will be able to:
Participants will complete an e-learning training course on workplace mental health, followed by pre-work and two days of in-classroom training—comprised of theory, discussion, and interactive learning activities.
We recognize that mental health peers are not professional psychologists. While MH peers can still offer a valuable form of support to their colleagues, LifeWorks’ unique training also covers:
LifeWorks’ clinical experts can help you with your internal process review and developing screening tools, while also consulting about peer selection and program best practice. Call us today and start helping others in their journey toward recovery!