The Working Mind for Managers  -  HP238

Intended Audience: Managers, supervisors, deans, and department heads.

Duration: Full day training


The Working Mind is a Mental Health Commission of Canada, evidence-based, workplace training program aimed at increasing mental health literacy for supervisors/managers.

This program is designed to address and promote mental health and reduce the stigma of mental illness in a workplace setting.

This training is founded on best practices, research, and methodologies. It is also solution-focused, aimed at cultivating an environment where people feel comfortable seeking help, treatment, and support on their journey towards recovery. Participants will be part of the largest systematic effort in Canadian history focused on reducing stigma related to mental illness.

Program Goals:

  • To reduce stigma and negative attitudes towards those struggling with poor mental health;
  • To provide learners with a broad understanding of mental health and wellbeing;
  • To promote mental health and wellbeing in the workplace; and
  • To provide managers with the confidence, tools and resources to support employees who may be experiencing mental health challenges.
  • Program Details:

  • Scenario-based practical applications;
  • Custom videos of people with lived experience of mental illness;
  • Participant reference guides; and
  • Related handouts.
  • For more information about the program, please visit: https://theworkingmind.ca/working-mind

    Questions: email melissa.lafrance@ubc.ca.


    This session will be facilitated by Miranda Massie, Health Promotion Specialist for staff and faculty in UBC's Human Resources Department. Miranda is a certified Working Mind trainer through the Mental Health Commission of Canada.


    Available Sessions:

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    a place of mind, The University of British Columbia

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    600 - 6190 Agronomy Rd
    Vancouver, BC
    Canada V6T 1Z3
    tel: 604-822-8111
    fax: 604-822-8134

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