Mental Health at Work: MORE Than Just Another Diversity Training
Americans are unaccustomed to and uncomfortable with engaging in mental health conversations. Let’s change that.
LET'S DO SOMETHING DIFFERENT!
Center for Creative Arts Therapy's Mental Health at Work is on a mission to move people from avoidance into relationships that close mental health divides. The Mental Health at Work training programs catalyze participants to pursue solidarity and systemic mental health and cultural equity.
Take a look at your business culture. The tone. The conversations. The tensions. The stress and burnout.
It’s hard not to feel overwhelmed. It’s much easier to do nothing. The mental health crisis is showing up EVERYWHERE in our society, including the workplace. Well, we believe that healing IS possible. And we also believe that growth and healing happens within the context of shared experience.
Mental Health at Work is NOT another diversity training. It’s an immersive and engaging way to bring people together on common ground.
It’s for coworkers, business leaders AND their communities, to learn and lean into the topic of mental health, and catalyze them into building and strengthening a workplace culture that IS empowering, where EVERYONE thrives.
Trainings include interactive teachings, small group conversations, and activities that engage multiple learning styles and lead to tangible change.
The dynamic experience includes music, art, improv AND creativity designed to deepen your understanding of the narratives of mental health within our culture. Join us in the movement for mental health healing.
Our work isn’t done, until we are all achieving mental health at work.
Want to Train Your Team on Mental Health at Work?
Let the Center for Creative Arts Therapy team show you how to start the conversation, make a difference, and save a life...starting today.
Center for Creative Arts Therapy videos are written and created by clinically licensed mental health professionals and creative arts therapists; grounded in scientific research and evidence-based practices. Videos are extensively reviewed by our team of clinical experts (therapists of various specialties) to ensure content is accurate and on par with current industry standards.
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