"We asked Mindability to see if they could help in any way. What we received was a 4 week programme on the science behind the brain, causes of the main ailments and how to overcome these. Asha at Mindability was a breath of fresh air and the feedback from the team and directors has been fantastic. Everyone enjoyed the program, learnt so much and are now implementing the techniques she introduced us. The team feel that they can now better understand the causes of stress, anxiety and depression and what they need to do to keep these at bay. I want to say a big personal thank you for the program. THANK YOU. It goes without saying that I’d recommend Mindability to any business with a team and wants the best for them."
The introduction of the Mental Health First Aid has increased the responsibility upon employers, Human Resources and Occupational Health to remove stigma and improve access to provisions. Wellbeing at work is now widely discussed but why is it important?
MHFA England 2016 reported the following:
- 48% of people have experienced mental health issues in their current role at work
- 95% of people who have been affected by MH said it affected their work – concentration (85%); time to complete (65%); impaired decision-making (54%); poor multi-tasking (48%); less patience (48%)
- Prominent conditions were anxiety, stress and depression
“A higher return on investment can be achieved by early interventions, such as organisation-wide culture change and education, than more in-depth support that may be needed at a later stage when a person is struggling” – Deloitte, 2020
New analysis completed by Deloitte in 2020 has found poor mental health costs UK employers £45 billion per year, rising 16% yearly since 2016 adding an extra £6 billion each year. Every £1 spent by employers on mental health, they receive £5 back in reduced absence and staff turnover. A greater understanding between the relationship of work and mental health should be in everyone’s interest because if neglected can be detrimental to an organisation. Organisations who recognise mental health doesn’t only support staff productivity and motivation but leads to fulfilled lives. Our Clinical Hypnotherapist at mindAbility has worked with many organisations to improve employee wellbeing. So, why not call today and find out how we can help you?
These are not just stats but people you will know. Burnout is also now recognised as a work specific diagnosis. It affects staff who consistently work to a high standard but are under prolonged stress. It occurs when you feel overwhelmed, emotionally drained and unable to meet constant demands. As the stress continues, you begin to lose interest and motivation. This leads to exhaustion and increased feelings of helplessness, hopelessness, resentful and cynicism.
Equally, our personal lives are not left at the door when we arrive at work. A negative work environment can impact upon our personal life but this is also true when we experience trauma or stressful events at home. Remember the service you provide can only be as effective as the people delivering them so its essential to invest in the wellbeing of your staff. At mindAbility, we are both realistic and optimistic. Everyone has days where they are not 100% we work with your employees to become more resilient. This is promoted by using relaxation techniques and building collaborative working environment. The mental health of your employees is vital to the growth of your organisation as they are the core function for your success.
We are proud to announce our affiliation with Work Wellness who have substantial experience in delivering occupational health services, mental and physical health assessments and mental health training. Find out more about the services on offer from Work Wellness here!
How can mindAbility help your organisation?
Asha Berzon our Lead Hypnotherapist was a former manager and she knows the value of a cohesive and happy work environment. Having experienced burnout herself, it has been her passion to work with employers to be proactive in supporting staff well-being. By recognising that being mentally healthy is important. We can support staff to not only be productive but to also lead fulfilled personal lives. Building a resilient workforce is a beneficial for the company and is socially responsible. The Lead Hypnotherapist, Asha Berzon has experience of working with HR and occupational health and holds a CMI Level 5 Certificate in Leadership and Management.
mindAbility can offer your organisation:
- Informative workshops focusing on a growth mindset for employees to achieve their potential which last between 1-2 hours (depending on requirements)
- Weekly relaxation sessions
- 1-1 support for staff who require additional support
- Preferential rates for staff and family*
- Preferential appointment slots for staff*
- On site appointments or in the comfort at a GP Surgery
- Preferential rates for the clients’ customers*
- End of Hypnotherapy report to support any occupational health and HR assessment
Please Note: Solution focused hypnotherapy is very effective. However, results may vary and success is not guaranteed. Success is dependent on your willingness and commitment to make changes.