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Mental Health Literacy Integration Coaching

Make mental health literacy an integral part of your workplace’s culture and daily operations. Your MHP training or MHFA certification is your passport to real-world impact, and this tailored practice session is the bridge to getting there.

Increase Retention and Application of MHFA at Work

Our Mental Health Primer courses and Certified Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training help increase your knowledge of mental health conditions and gives you greater confidence and hands-on experience to assist someone with a mental health condition. It helps reduce stigma, increase confidence, and boost agency and community. Although meaningful and relatable case studies are part of the courses, they do not represent YOUR unique daily work experience.

Our integration sessions are designed to integrate mental health principles into your everyday workplace routines and leadership practices. Here’s how we do it:

Your Scenarios, Your Growth: Harness the power of your own case scenarios to make MHP/MHFA concepts directly applicable to your work environment. Our experienced MHP/MHFA facilitators will provide invaluable coaching and guidance as you navigate these real-world scenarios.

Perfect Timing: We recommend enrolling in this session 2-4 weeks after your course. This helps you reflect on the concepts of the course and prepare for real-world case studies.

Practice Makes Perfect: This session allows you to test your new language and skills with the cases you encounter in your workplace. Practical application is the key to true integration.

Cultural Transformation: By bringing mental health literacy into the heart of your workplace, you’ll play a pivotal role in transforming your organization’s culture and work processes. It’s about more than just knowledge; it’s about making well-being a way of life in your workplace.

A prerequisite for booking this session is completion of the Mental Health Primer course (I/II) or the certified Mental Health First Aid program.