Out Of The Depths: Combating Depression In The Workplace
The World Health Organization of the United Nations proposes that Depression will be the leading cause of disease burden by 2020.
Untreated Depression is costly - personally, corporately and socially. We know that mental health claims are the fastest growing category of disability costs and that the workplace is an important venue for detection, support and connection to treatment.
HAVE YOU EVER...
Depression affects about 10% of the population. It is a biochemical disorder that causes changes in a person's mood, behaviour and feelings and interferes with their everyday living.
Through this stress and depression workshop, you will become aware of the signs, impact and treatment options available for Depression and gain the insight and the practical tools needed to reduce the stigma and provide support to those who may be experiencing this difficult illness.
- Increase your knowledge of the signs and symptoms of Depression in the workplace in order to recognize the early warning signs of someone that may be at risk
- Utilize strategies for the early detection and for coping with this illness in order to effectively encourage support and help
- Validate and direct those experiencing Depression to helpful resources in order to minimize the negative impact that this illness can have on the individual, their family and their livelihood.
RESULTS AND REVIEWS
“Excellent - realized the impact in many areas of life.”
– Guelph Services For Persons With Disabilities
“First class presentation.”
– SunLife Financial
Beverly's presentations include insights, practical tools and strategies based on her proprietary S-O-S Principle™. This S-O-S Principle™ ensures that the right strategies are considered for your unique situation, so that you can avoid overwhelm, achieve optimal health and live an engaged life.
RESULTS AND REVIEWS
TIM REDPATH | CEO TEC Ottawa