Everyone has mental health but not everyone feels comfortable talking about it, especially in the workplace. Danielle Bridge, founder and CEO of ABC Life Support CIC, is opening up the conversation on this week’s podcast.
Although many workplaces have programmes in place to support the health of their employees, they aren’t being used by many and there’s still a stigma attached to mental health issues. In fact, 90% of people who are off of work for mental health challenges cite a different reason.
After listening to this episode, I encourage you to look at what support is available in your organisation and open up the conversation with your team.
Take a few of Danielle’s ideas for supporting others and creating a safe space for mental health in your workplace.
If you’re struggling with your mental health right now, please know that there’s help available. You can visit the Mind website for information, advice and access to support.
If you’re interested in taking Mental Health First Aid training or arranging it for your organisation, please visit:
MORE ABOUT DANIELLE
Danielle is the founder and CEO of ABC Life Support CIC, a First Aid Training organisation delivering physical and mental health first aid training to organisations and individuals across the UK.
Her vision is to make first aid training, both physical and mental health, a basic human right for everybody.
She has been running the company for over 10 years and in that time has helped organisations understand their mandatory requirements, empowered them to start conversations and helped them implement systems that support people in the workplace.
Danielle is an Associate Mental Health First Aid England instructor, Wellbeing and Mental Health instructor for British Safety Council and chairs the Cambridge Mental Health Network.
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