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Tuesday was World Mental Health Day, and this year’s theme was about shining a light on why mental health should be a universal human right for all.
In this article shared by Mental Health First Aid, they reflect on ways that those trained in MHFA – known as Mental Health First Aiders (MHFAiders) – are uniquely placed to help break down some of the barriers to help seeking.
By tackling these barriers and providing a crucial bridge to professional care, we are contributing to a world where mental health is a universal human right accessible to anyone, and everyone.
View the article here: Mental health is a universal human right – how can we help get there?
If you have attended the Mental Health First Aid Aotearoa Workshop, here is ALGEE to remind you of how to:
Encourage professional help
Encourage other supports.
What systems do you have in place for your Mental Health and Safety Support?
I'm not talking about your tech stuff (learning apps) or your fruit bowl quick fix here, but your daily habits, your boundaries, your decision-making process, your productivity system for individuals facing mental health challenges. Or other aspects of Health and Safety conversations around productivity, ESG, stigma/ judgement, efficiency.
I help organisations who want to move to proactively making a difference and feeling good about what they do. This means you build effective teams who manage well in complex and high demand environments.
If that sounds like what you need right now, why don’t you book a call to find out more.