Our stage two workshops have been designed to better equip individuals with the knowledge and resources to actively understand and manage their mental health and wellbeing.

Building on the knowledge learnt from our stage one workshops, we dive deeper into our methodology during stage two to further the benefits. Stage two focuses on educating individuals through a series of more intensive workshops. In this stage we focus more on understanding your own mental health as well as practical skills you can put into place to increase personal resilience.

These workshops also provide the awareness and education needed to improve individual help-seeking behaviours, and improve an individual’s capacity to be a better support network for someone experiencing a mental health struggle.

This stage is integral in developing and maintaining a mentally healthy, supportive workplace.

STAGE Two: Education


Part 1: About Mental Health
Understanding and using the Mental Health Continuum for improved self-management

Part 2: Mental Illness Statistics in Australia
Understand the most common mental illnesses affecting Australians

Part 3: Interactive Activity
How has mental health impacted your life?

Part 4: Contributing Factors
Understanding the top contributing factors to the poor mental health of an Australian employee

Part 5: Baseline Method
Identifying the signs and symptoms of poor mental health using our Baseline Method

Part 6: Support Networks - Role and Responsibility
Knowing and understanding your role and responsibility in being a support to a friend, family member or fellow worker

Part 7: Support Scaffold
Our methodology to use when supporting a friend, family member or fellow worker

Identifying and breaking down the barriers that inhibit individuals seeking support

PART 9: Interactive Activity
Workplace scenario relevant to your industry

Session Length: 2 hours (can be modified to suit the clients needs)


Part 1: What is the Meaning of Resilience?
• What does resilience look like?
• Activity: What does resilience look like to you?
• Our six domains of resilience, the traits & behaviours

Part 2: Contributing Factors that Challenge our Mental Resilience
• Activity: Understanding your contributing factors for better self-management
• Understanding the change within ourselves using our Baseline Method
• Understanding the link between the Mental Health Cup, Mental Health Continuum and the Baseline Method

Part 3: Mindset
• What is mindset?
• Understanding different mindsets
• MHM's 4 P's

• What are coping strategies?
• Researched backed coping strategies
• P.E.A.R.L.S
• Build your own coping strategy toolbox

Part 5:  Support Networks
• Profile of a good support network
• Activity: Building your own support network toolbox

• MHM Recalibrating exercise

Session Length: 2 hours (can be modified to suit the clients needs)

WORKSHOP 3: Mental illness & Suicide

Part 1: Mental Illness
• What is mental illness?
• Types of mental illness
• Understanding the common mental illnesses in Australia and their prevalence
• Risk factors of mental illness
• Signs and symptoms of the most common mental illnesses
• Responding to mental illness, a guide on how to respond and support a work colleague experiencing a mental health issue or a mental illness
• Available support networks

Part 2: Mental Illness & Suicide in the Australian Workplace
• Risk factors for suicide
• Warning signs of suicide
• Responding to warning signs
• Immediate actions when responding to a suicide attempt
• Safe language and ways to talk about suicide
• Available support networks
• MHM 3-step Crisis Support Plan

Session Length: 2 hours (can be modified to suit the clients needs)

To enhance your learning or address specific contributing factors, additional workshops are available during stage two. These include, Social Media, Grief in the Workplace, Maintaining Meaningful Relationships, Financial Wellbeing, Families & Partners, Community Awareness, plus a range of others.