Improving mental health at work is in everyone’s interest, however at the Mental Health Movement we know that it can often be difficult to demonstrate a clear return on investment for your employers.

We have developed our own Mental Health Workplace Audit that is actioned when Mental Health Movement commence with your workplace and again at the end of our Blueprint. The Audit involves a series of questions to your employees that allow you to identify:

• the main contributing factors to poor mental health specific to your workplace

• the prevalence of mental ill-health in your workplace

• mental health literacy levels

• mental health support skills

• personal mental health management skills

EAP awareness, uptake and usage

barriers to seeking support through the EAP

It also gives the workforce an opportunity to provide feedback on what they think could assist in developing a mentally healthy supportive environment.

These audits show there is often room to move in workplaces to improve education and behaviours around mental health, but more importantly it allows you to better identify and understand the struggles facing your employees which is crucial to developing an effective mental health strategy.

Detailed reports will be completed for the opening and closing audits outlining results across our key measures, work completed, feedback from workforce, recommendations and testimonials.

To find out more about our Mental Health Workplace Audit please get in touch with our team.


"The Mental Health Movement delivered a mental health initiative to our NSW and ACT businesses. Delivering a combination of mental health awareness and education to all our managers, supervisors and frontline leaders. They delivered 22 presentations to over 400 employees. The feedback was unbelievable and the positive impact within the workplace has been great. We highly recommend the Mental Health Movement if you are looking for improved mental health outcomes within your workplace."

Greg Price

Executive General Manager NSW, Boral

"Dan and the Mental Health Movement are doing great things in the mental health space. Dan has presented to our corporate staff and his education and story has had a real positive impact on our staff and management. Dan is now St George Bank's Mental Health and Wellbeing Ambassador and we look forward to continuing to work with him and the Mental Health Movement."

Ross Miller

General Manager Retail Banking, St George Bank

"Mental Health Movement have made a really big impact within our workforce. They have really connected with us and have assisted us in creating a mentally healthy, supportive workplace. Dan is an inspiration to all of us with not only telling his real-life story of having a mental illness but leading the way in helping and educating so many others. As a company we would highly recommend others to connect with Dan and the Mental Health Movement team to understand and manage mental health in their workplace."

Barry Riley

Health Safety & Training Superintendent, Centennial Coal

"We engaged the Mental Health Movement to deliver stages 1 & 2 of their Mental Health Workplace Blueprint to our entire workforce covering more than 2000 employees. The work was of very high quality and the professionalism was second to none. MHM also work in collaboration with our company employment assistance program linking many employees to further support. This collaboration was a key driver in the huge success of the initiative. We would highly recommend Dan and the MHM to any workforce. It was a pleasure to work with them and be a part of the change."

Keili Adams

Human Resource Manager, Gemco, Temco & Cannington, South 32