Preventative Mental Health Programs for Business

Preventative mental health programs help to identify stressors in the workplace promptly. A range of evidence-based interventions can be mobilised in the workplace can then be delivered to assist staff in your workplace.

These may include stress management training, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) techniques, or even simple workload adjustments. The sooner these interventions are put in place, the more likely it is that the strategy will prevent a mental health condition from arising, or prevent an existing condition from getting worse. Let’s look at some examples:

Employee Burnout: We know that nearly half of Australian staff report experiencing burnout. Where stress tends to bring feelings of urgency and increased anxiety, burnout tends to bring feelings of helplessness and hopelessness.

Anxiety Disorders: If an employee begins showing signs of work-related anxiety- excessive worry about deadlines or perfectionism that gets in the way of productivity,  then early intervention can include sessions focused on cognitive behavioural techniques or mindfulness practices to manage and reduce the symptoms.

ADHD Challenges: Employees with ADHD neurotypes may experience work-related stress differently, often manifesting as restlessness or a reduced ability to focus. Early identification can lead to suitable accommodations, such as flexible working arrangements, movement accommodations, body doubling, or the use of technology to support them effectively.

Interpersonal Conflicts: Spotting stress-related interpersonal conflicts early can lead to mediation, team-building exercises, or communication training. These can resolve issues before they escalate, reducing the potential impact on team morale and individual mental health.

In an organisational culture that signals mental health is a priority, employees feel valued and supported. This leads to increased loyalty, higher engagement, and improved productivity, which helps the entire organisation.

Anxiety, ADHD, Neurodiversity and Mental Wellbeing

Let Dr Amanda deliver a keynote presentation or mental health workshop for your next professional development day.

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Dr Amanda Mullin Psychologist


Speaker for Organisations, Schools, Pre-Schools & Community Groups

Join Dr Amanda, the Founder and Director of  Mindworx Psychology, an award winning practice in Northwest Sydney. One of Sydney’s leading wellness coaches and mental health speakers, Dr Amanda is warm, and authentic, able to engage a range of audiences across businesses, schools, pre-schools and community groups. Her talks and workshops range across employee wellbeing to understanding ADHD and neurodiversity.

A Doctor of Clinical Psychology, and a cancer survivor, Amanda has a deep interest in and passion for empowering others to thrive, and to cope with the challenges of life. Think Differently is designed to help individuals discover new ways of thinking to cope better with stress at home and at work. To teach practical strategies that allow for more flexible and creative thinking. The type of thinking that improves relationships, increases effectiveness, reduces stress and promotes wellbeing.

Passionate about delivering change, Amanda is generous with her toolkit for a happier, more satisfying life.  Her special interest areas of ADHD, burnout, trauma and neurodiversity share a focus on emotional intelligence – diving into the skills and challenges of emotional regulation and executive functioning.  Underpinned by science based strategies for success and psychological wellbeing, get ready to beat burnout, manage ADHD, banish stress, and improve productivity at your school or workplace.

Contact Dr Amanda today to discuss your next event and make a booking.

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