Mental Health In The Workforce Seminar

Published in What's Happening? on Thursday, September 9, 2021

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Mental health impacts everyone. Addressing mental health issues in the workplace is a growing concern for HR professionals.  We recognize that you have questions such as: What is mental health?  What are signs someone may be dealing with a mental health issue?  What can I do to support my staff and raise my own awareness of resources that are available to those who need assistance?  

We've heard your questions and are committed to providing you with answers from an expert. PDCM will be hosting a special seminar focused on answering these questions and any others you may have as HR professionals regarding mental health in the workplace. The seminar will be held in conjunction with Licensed Mental Health Counselor/Motivational Public Speaker, Ramona Wink from 515 Therapy and Consulting on Thursday Oct. 14th at 9:00am.  The cost is $25*. This very small investment is sure to pay off as you learn tangible takeaways that you can apply to your job and share with your team! You don't want to miss it! 

*plus applicable taxes and fees

Ramona Wink headshotRamona Wink, LMHC, is a mental health counselor and motivational public speaker with 515 Therapy and Consulting in West Des Moines. As a therapist, Ramona works with adults and couples. Her areas of specialty include anxiety, depression, workplace stress, relationship issues, spiritual concerns, LGBTQ issues.

As a motivational public speaker, Ramona shares the inspiring stories of her clients (with details changed to protect confidentiality), normalizing the fact that we all have stuff we're dealing with. In this presentation, you'll not only be inspired, you'll also learn some of the best techniques and strategies that Ramona teaches her clients to improve your own mental wellness. You'll also be equipped to understand how to best promote mental wellness within your workplace and learn how to respond effectively to mental health issues that employees may be struggling with. We'll wrap up with a time of Q and A where you can ask Ramona any question you may have regarding mental health.