Mental Health Workshops

Exploring how to support those in crisis and provide individuals with the tools to recognise ‘mental health’ in the workplace.

Mental Health Workshops

Mental health is now recognised as a significant contributory factor in long term absenteeism. Our mental health training programmes are designed to provide individuals with the tools to recognise ‘mental health’ in the workplace and to support those in crisis. We also provide employees with the necessary tools to engage in open conversations about workplace mental health.

We have a range of other workshops that may suite your needs too so don’t hesitate to get in touch if you do not see one for you here.

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Mental health describes how we think and feel about ourselves and others and how we interpret events in everyday life. It also relates to our ability to cope with change, transition, significant life events and the stress that often comes our way.

Mental health refers to the emotional resilience to be able to enjoy life and to survive pain, disappointment and sadness, and to the level of belief in your own and others’ dignity and worth.

The objectives of this session are as follows:

  • Overview of mental health ​
  • Mental Health illnesses ​
  • Recognizing common signs and symptoms​
  • Seeking Support​
  • Starting the conversation on Mental Health

Duration: 1 hour



This training session is specifically designed to build awareness of workplace mental health and to equip attendees with knowledge on this topic. We provide the tools to support an individual during a mental health crisis or during the development of a mental health illness.

Dealing with mental health issues is never an easy task, but is an area that organisations must tackle in a professional and appropriate manner. Mental Health Workplace Champion training will equip you with  knowledge of a range of mental health illnesses, enabling the recognition of common signs and symptoms and an understanding of the general treatment for each.

Finally, we focus on your role as a manager and provide you with a communication framework to facilitate difficult conversations that may be encountered during such times of support.

The objectives of this session are as follows:

  • Identify the common workplace stressors.
  • How to spot and approach someone in distress
  • Educating managers and team leads to not cross the barrier of being a psychological professional and dealing with cases in an appropriate manner.
  • Confidence building and providing support.

Duration: 2hrs (basic) – up to 1 full day ( flexible to client’s needs)

This training is not intended to replace medical or therapeutic intervention.



Positive mental health is characterised by the ability to manage normal amounts of stress, maintain and develop positive relationships, the feeling of being able and competent in leading an independent life and the ability to recover from stressful situations.

In this module we will explore:

  • Positive mental wellbeing
  • Exploring stigma and myths surrounding mental health difficulties
  • Explore and understand the mental health continuum
  • Consider the 7 pillars to positive mental health
  • Explore behaviours at work which contribute to positive mental health
  • One healthy habit – empowering individuals to make one small change which they can start today to improve the mental health

Additional elements include – Removing the negative from one’s life, doesn’t mean you are left with the positive. Positive emotions need to be built into one’s life to be happier and to flourish. Positive Psychology strategies – looking at what’s right and what works as opposed to what’s wrong & doesn’t work. The PERMA model of wellbeing – Positive emotions, Engagement, Relationships, Meaning & Accomplishments.


“Zevo Mental Health Champion training was in-depth & enlightening, providing the tools to deal with issues, how to support staff and the importance of self-care. A must for all managers


We have a range of other workshops that may suite your needs too so don't hesitate to ask if you do not see one for you here