Creating a Sustainable Workplace Mental Health Strategy for All to Thrive

Every organization has a responsibility to provide a safe, equitable and healthy workplace. Sadly, a vast majority of employers don’t have a clear plan to identify and address the mental health needs of their organization.

Here’s What You Will Learn 

A well-designed, sustainable workplace mental health strategy is fundamental to an organization’s people, culture and ability to thrive.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • The value of creating a mentally healthy and psychologically safe workplace
  • The differences between a sustainable mental health strategy and mental health initiatives and training
  • The essential elements of a sustainable mental health strategy
  • How to develop and implement a strategy that meets the unique needs of your organization
  • Who is responsible for reinforcing the organization’s commitment to its strategy (hint: it’s not just HR!)
Featured Speakers

Paige Heller, MS
Organizational & Management Consultant, BHS

About the Speaker

Paige is an Organizational & Management Consultant at BHS. In her role, Paige serves as a senior clinical liaison providing BHS client companies with clinical consultation, guidance, and troubleshooting on high-risk, complex or problematic situations. Her areas of expertise include empathetic leadership, change management, transformation leadership, employee engagement, leadership development and coaching, and customer service.

Caroline Plumer, M.A., MBACP
Thrive Consultant, Guide+Thrive by BHS

About the Speaker

Caroline is an accredited BACP therapist interested in providing outcome-focused solutions for individuals, couples, and businesses. She has supported multiple organizations through one-to-one and group work, from international banks to educational committees and charities. Caroline holds a Master of Arts degree in psychotherapy and counseling from Regent’s University (London) and a Master of Science degree in criminology and criminal justice from Loughborough University.

Thomas Pipkin
Director of Organizational Development, BHS (Moderator)

About the Speaker

For over 20 years, Thomas has focused on the human dimension of organizations, helping them develop in leadership, employee engagement, team building, and change effectiveness.  An accomplished and sought-after facilitator, he has worked with several highly valued brands and well-known clients throughout the mid-Atlantic region.  His experience includes leading people, helping teams grow, and aligning employees to their organization’s mission, vision, and culture. Thomas holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business from York College of Pennsylvania.