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Due to the impact of the COVID pandemic on ways of working and work-life balance, more and more organisations recognise the benefits of having accessible wellbeing and mental health support in place for their staff, to enable them to work safely, be their best and part of an inclusive culture.
With one in four people having experienced some kind of childhood trauma, labelled under the ‘mental health’ category in the Equality Act 2010, it is likely that some of your staff or close family are survivors. Often not declared or shared due to fear of stigmatisation and discrimination, survivors may have a combination of issues such as low self-esteem, low self-worth and or anxiety all of which will have an impact on their confidence, creativity, capacity and potential.
We can support you in creating an inclusive culture and consistent approach to support these individuals and raise awareness, so that you can enable them to lead productive and healthy effective working lives.