‘Mind Tools’ is a new package of manageable bite-sizedtraining sessions on a wide range of different wellbeing subjects from Dorset Mind that will ensure the conversation about mental health continues throughout the year. The charity has launched this initiative with anintroductory offer – book eleven sessions with their expert trainers and get the twelfth FREE!*

Sessions include topics that are useful within the workplace – and at home. They include Stress Management, Menopause and Mental Health, Money and Mental Health, Boundaries and Resilience and the vital How to Support Someone in a Crisis.

Marie-Clare Gale, Dorset Mind’s Training Manager explains how the idea came about, “Adapting our trainingoffering to swiftly support business needs is a real USP for Dorset Mind’s Training Team. ‘Mind Tools’ was created in response to a notable increase in requests for shorter ‘lunch and learn’ awareness sessions. Companies choosewhich topics we deliver from a suite of sixteen topics – which allows them to select ones they know will benefit their employees the most.”

Dorset Mind’s CEO, Linda O’Sullivan commented, I’m delighted our Training Team has developed this new way of educating Dorset – and getting people talking about mental health. By investing in their employeesdevelopment, employers actively demonstrate they recognise the importance of wellbeing – and are offering a practical solution to help their employees learn techniques to cope with some of the current issues they are facing. It will enhance their culture and help sustain a mentally healthy workplace.

What’s more, by booking training with Dorset Mind, you’re also investing in your local community as all profit made will help us provide essential support across the county for adults and young people.”

Dr Andy Mayers, Patron for Dorset Mind and Principal Academic at Bournemouth University, said “I am so pleased to see this vital mental health training for Dorset employers. Many of us spend most of our time at work. These simple new training tools will help support employees’ wellbeing.”

To book your sessions with Dorset Mind’s Training Team, email them directly at [email protected] – or visit their website, where you can also find out more about the1-2-1 and group support that Dorset Mind provides in Dorset. 

Visit: dorsetmind.uk.

*The introductory offer applies when paying for 12 sessions upfront.

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