As the need for mental health awareness in the workplace increases, it has become imperative to create techniques and build out systems that address burnout, fatigue, stress, emotional triggers and more. For leadership, HR professionals, managers and employees at all levels, handling these challenges in real-time can require immediate attention like the actionable tactics and strategies offered in the Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) at Work Training Solutions. Join host Jennifer Cox and The National Council for Mental Wellbeing as we explore this effective approach and efficient 5-step Action Plan that can significantly boost employee well-being, erase stigma and maximize support resources. Learn how MHFA at Work Training Solutions can align with your current and future wellness initiatives—fostering resilience and understanding throughout your organization.
Date and Time: Tuesday, October 3 at 3 p.m. ET
About the Host
Jennifer Cox, MA, National Trainer for Mental Health First Aid at Work, serves as a Community MHFA Instructor and a National Instructor for MHFA at Work. Her professional experience includes law enforcement, community behavioral health, youth services, county & state government and corporate wellness. Currently, she oversees the team of National Instructors for the MHFA at Work program, designs curricula and facilitates specialized educational opportunities across the globe. Jennifer earned dual B.S. degrees in Dance Education and Kinesiology and Art Therapy from Bowling Green State University and a M.A. in Dance/Movement Therapy from Columbia College Chicago.