At PAUSE, we offer training and supervision services for those supporting employees with low Mental Well Being.
Many front line managers, well being champions and HR personnel find it difficult to carry out one or more of the following:
- Identify the signs and symptoms of low Mental Well Being (MWB)
- Approach employees about whom they have a MWB concern
- Build connection with employees who are struggling with low MWB
- Facilitate conversations that ‘get beneath the surface’, enabling employees to understand how they really are and what next steps they need
- Encourage employees to reach out for professional support
- Manage their own MWB, whilst supporting others
Training provides the building blocks that enable your employees to carry out their role in supporting employee mental well being in your organisation.
We offer an introductory training programme and we can also tailor bespoke programmes around your organisation’s specific requirements.
INTRODUCTORY PROGRAMME: Our introductory training ‘Enabling Human Connection’ is designed for those new to working with mental well being.
BESPOKE TRAINING: We develop bespoke programmes based on your organisational culture, trends and needs. A brief audit will determine training needs by examining:
- Previous MWB training carried out
- Employee confidence and competency levels in working with MWB challenges
- Current organisational needs
Our ongoing supervision services provide a restorative space to PAUSE and reflect, for those supporting employees with low mental well being. Our MWB supervision facilitates:
- On-going learning and development
- Re-assurance, using a strengths-based approach
- Forward moving steps
- Increased self-awareness and confidence
- Self-care, while supporting others
We offer both group and individual supervision services:
Group supervision sessions take place at regular intervals. All employees involved in supporting MWB in your organisation attend the sessions as a group.
Individual supervision sessions are provided on an as needed basis. They are generally ad-hoc in nature, with a 24-hour notice, in response to a pressing concern.