Integrated Mental Health Solutions
A toolkit for organizations
Content is everywhere. Context is everything.
You can find mental health information everywhere, from credible to dubious and everything in between. Turning evidence-based knowledge into sustained behaviour and cultural norms is usually the missing link.
We help you activate, integrate, measure, and sustain meaningful mental health strategies.
Wherever you are on the mental health journey, we’ve got tools to support your organization.
Mental Health Primer (I & II)
- MHPI is a 3.5-hour session to get you started on the fundamentals of mental health literacy and psychological safety.
- MHPII is a 3.5-hour program that gives you a broader range of fundamentals of mental health literacy, psychological safety, managing stress, and conversational practice.
- They can be run separately, or combined into one full day program.
Certified Mental Health First Aid
- MHFA is a 9-hour certification course that prepares you to identify and support someone with mental health decline, from mild to crisis.
- Graduates receive certification from the Mental Health Commission of Canada.
Post-Learning Integration Coaching
- Ad hoc sessions or coaching packages for regular touchpoints to refresh, practice and apply critical concepts tailored to your daily work experience.
- Tailored case studies that represent your organization’s most common mental health challenges.
Certified Psychological Health and Safety Audit
- We use evidence-based, validated and versatile tools to assess your organization, leverage existing data and programs and provide insights and recommendations to improve PHS in your workplace.
Strategic Mental Health Advisory
- Fractional Chief Mental Health Officer to support organizations committed to having centralized, in-house expertise for advising, coaching, counselling, and mentoring
- Enhances impact, alignment, and accountability.
Human-Centred Leadership Development
- Integrated leadership development focused on balancing performance management and the well-being of employees.
1. Bridging Values and Culture
In a large corporation, the organizational culture had deviated from its stated values, prompting a business unit director to address the misalignment and prioritize employee well-being for his unit’s 80 people (7 people managers, 73 staff).
2. Cultivating a Psychologically Healthy Workplace
In a dynamic corporate environment, a proactive senior leader identified the need for a robust psychological health strategy within her team. When seeking support for ad hoc mental health challenges, HR directed her to the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) as the primary (sole) resource for mental health support. This unveiled a lack of an integrated mental health strategy, overreliance on EAP, and limited support for team leaders in fostering daily psychological well-being.
3. Case Study: Elevating Mental Health: A Strategic Partnership
Despite a values-based commitment to mental health through existing resources like EAP, a multinational entertainment company lacked a structured approach to create, integrate, measure, and sustain a comprehensive Mental Health Strategy.