How can we help you? 

Over the past few decades we’ve seen significant progress in the treatment of mental health issues. While we may have almost completely moved away from straight jackets and asylums, there’s still more that can be done to improve the quality of our mental health treatment. 
Good mental health means being generally able to think, feel and react in the ways that you need and want to live your life. 
Our aim is to continue to help remove the stigma and normalise the discussions about mental health, and provide early intervention, spotting the symptoms and sign posting someone to get professional help. 
The increase in awareness around mental health, has put a strain on the NHS with waiting times being 6 to 18 months to receive CBT (Cognitive Behaviour Therapy). 
One of the benefits of using Coach Forever for your training needs is that our team consists of trainers and qualified therapists specialising in Hypnotherapy, Hypno Coaching, NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) who can assist you when you require the help. 
What do you think the root causes are for the increase in mental health issues in the workplace? 
It’s a much more competitive market 
We need to be leaner in how we deliver our products and services 
We are competing with the world wide web 
Lack of leadership 
Poor communication 
All of the above puts more pressure on directors, managers and employees 

What does this all mean

Huge expectation on managers to deliver against their key performance indicators 
Often with limited time and resources 
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Now, our experience tells us, very few managers have the necessary skills to handle a mental health issue at work 

Mental Health  First Aid 


Mental Health First Aid Champion 


Mental Health Awareness 


Mental Health First Aid Refresher 


Manage Mental Health in the Workplace 

"Really hope that you are well Roy, I cant thank you enough for picking me up and turning my life around, may sound like a big statement but it's a fact and I 
will be forever indebted to you. 
From a personal point of view I'm in a very good place at the moment, the anxiety and depressive episodes are very few and far between thankfully and I'm 
coping with life much, much better be the ride smooth or rough, the stop button is still up in front of my desk and still in use and a very helpful tool to make 
me stop, and check." 

 So, what is the negative effect/impact on your business? 

Stress on management – not having the necessary skills to handle or deal with someone with a mental health issue/crisis 
A potential reduction in performance and efficiency 
A potential increase in absenteeism 
A potential increase in presenteeism 
A drop in motivation, engagement and morale 
All the above could lead to the employee being off work for a long time or not returning at all. 

 Which could mean the following: 

Re-allocating tasks and managing the work force, applying more pressure on them 
Recruiting temporary or permanent staff 
Training existing and new staff 
The cost for the above is extremely high! 

  How do you stop all this happening?    

You train your managers to become more 
aware of the symptoms. 
If employees know their boss is clued up 
in mental health matters, they may feel 
more comfortable in coming forward to 
discuss any problems they may have at 
work, or even at home. 
As a manager we want to keep employees 
productive and efficient, so providing the 
help early on will help to minimise the 
risk of the employee being off work for a 
long time. 
"The course was interesting and interactive which helped me gain 
so much more knowledge and understanding of all mental health 
illnesses and the way they affect people. I learnt so much and have no 
hesitation in recommending the course to others". 
"Roy was everything that one might hope for, delivering a course of this 
nature. Because of this, I believe we all got a lot out of the two days" 
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