Workshops for Employers
Mental illness is of increasing prevalence, and does not discriminate. The impact of this on business is amplified by the fact that clients who have accrued debt, as well as employees needing sick days. Headucate exists to change this and make a difference to individuals and organisations alike.
17.9MillionWorking days lost due to work related stress, depression or anxiety, 2019/201
55%of all working days lost due to work-related ill health2
People with mental illness are and can be valuable employees. Debt can be recovered successfully, with the right approach. Education, empathy, protocols and consistency are the cornerstones to creating an environment where mental health is at the heart of the employee. We believe prevention is better than cure. We can of course support staff to identify and signpost people who are struggling, but wouldn’t it be great to create a culture where we prevent it from reaching that stage?
Headucate specialise in developing comprehensive mental health strategies and training and providing valuable feedback on learner engagement and understanding.
We can help with ...
Mental Health AuditsConducted with the aim of reducing stress related absence from work, analysing how employees are currently supported and finding new ways to promote mental wellbeing.
Mental Health Stratagy DaysCreate protocols to promote mental wellbeing across the organisation and address the complications surrounding it.
Social Media Platform AdviceTo reduce stigma and create a culture where it is safe for people to be vocal about their difficulties in order for them to receive support to overcome them.
Stress management TrainingWe can provide a service to employees on a group or 1:1 level to tackle any difficulties they encounter in the workplace.
Code of Conduct CreationWe can create and provide training on a code of conduct for how to work within the protocols created and how to look after each other.
Customer Wellbeing TrainingIncluding case studies where appropriate, to apply learning to events which have occurred or are likely to.
Workshops for Children & Young People
As we all know, within the mental health field there is a massive gap for care, especially young people in the community. We recognise that many parents do not receive support for their children until they are acutely unwell leaving them feeling abandoned, frustrated and at times helpless.
16%of 5-16 year olds have a clinically diagnosable mental problem3
50%of mental health problems are established by the age of just 144
We are committed to delivering education around mental health and wellbeing to young people, parents and anyone involved in the young person’s recovery.
Mental illness in children and young people is amplified by the fact that stress occurs prior to the development of coping strategies to manage it. Headucate seek to change this by engaging with young people to give them insight into emotions and what can be done to cope with them in a safe and friendly environment.
Adolescence is a particularly challenging time in terms of perceived expectations from peers, teachers, and family. The change in attachment from family to peers and the development of their identity leave them with a lot to cope with alone, prior to additional stress and symptomology. Dopamine plays another important role of their development in terms of the facilitation of risk taking. Nature’s way of helping us to learn from our mistakes, however, when combined with mental ill health, this can be frightening for the person and those around them.
We can help with ...
Carer’s resilience workshopSome time just for you. Meet people in the same boat and explore different ways of coping with the pressures of life.
Workshops for young peopleIt’s never too soon to start looking after yourself. We are here for you
Workshops for teachersHow to spot the signs of deterioration in mental health, and what to do about it.
Workshops for Healthcare Professionals
At this time, during this unprecedented crisis we’re finding through our clinical work that staff are working increased hours while often experiencing less support than usual. Who is looking after the nurses, the health care assistants, the therapists? Headucate can offer support in the form of mental resilience training and or clinical supervision for any of your staff.
2,350/100,000is the prevalence rate of work-related stress within the Health & Social Care industry5
43.5%of NHS registered nurses & midwives feel unwell due to work-related stress6
We will meet with you to review and develop standards of care in relation to safety, ethics and quality practice. We offer workshops on a range of mental disorders and specialties tailored to meet the need of your organisation.
We can provide the following workshops ...
Professional boundariesLet’s learn these the easy way. How to keep yourself safe and optimise your patient’s recovery.
Proactive approaches to caringLooking at how we can achieve “patient centred care” and take a “strengths based approach” with the pressures we are facing.
Mental health actTake a deep dive into this unique legislation to ensure the system supports the patient to get the service they deserve.
Mental capacity actUnderstand the guiding principles and how to apply them in your practice area.
Medication managementA reminder for nurses, great for building or rebuilding confidence in this complex area.
Resilience & Coping strategiesLooking at how we bounce back from setbacks, building on those skills and ensuring we are taking the time to look after ourselves.
Clinical supervision can be delivered 1:1 or in a group setting, in a safe and confidential environment. It is an opportunity to discuss your personal and professional responses to situations encountered at work.
Those who have received clinical supervision have fed back that their 1:1’s have helped them to feel supported and given them a better understanding of their responses to extreme challenges in their clinical areas. They have returned to work feeling refreshed and ready to embrace future challenges, knowing that we are here to support them at any time.
Conducted with the following objectives ...
DevelopmentDeveloping professional knowledge and skills by reflecting on what has gone well and what can be done differently in the future.
SupportSupporting clinicians to focus on self-awareness and self-development.
TrainingIdentifing development opportunities and accessing extra training
1, 2, 5 Work-related stress, anxiety or depression statistics in Great Britain, 2019 - Health and Safety Executive Link
3 Mental Health of Children and Young People in England, 2020 - National Health Service (NHS) Link
4 Mental health statistics: children and young people - Mental Health Foundation Link
6 The Mental Health and Wellbeing of Nurses and Midwives in the United Kingdom (Page 12) - The Society of Occupational Medicine (SOM) Link