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Mental Health & Wellness in the Workplace Certificate is a Course

Mental Health & Wellness in the Workplace Certificate


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Full course description

The Mental Health and Wellness in the Workplace course developed by the College of Behavioral and Community Sciences at the University of South Florida, in conjunction with the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay, will teach participants about the prevalence rates and symptoms of the most common mental and behavioral disorders, what to look for in employee behaviors that may suggest an impairment, how to approach the employee, and what resources you should consider to help your employees as well as attract and retain top talent. In addition, a focus will be placed on wellness in the workplace. Questions such as the following will be addressed: What does a healthy workplace look like? How can employers foster such an environment? What can employees do while at work to manage stress and anxiety as well as improve focus and productivity?

This is a seven-session (two hours per session), non-credit, online course that is broken into segments lasting between 15 and 60 minutes. The asynchronous format allows the course to be accessible for those who have busy or non-traditional schedules.

It’s important to note that this is not just for employers; employees who take the course can sharpen their skills in identifying colleagues who may be in distress and offer assistance. In fact, it could be argued that colleagues are more likely to understand the personal lives of their peers and notice behavioral changes more quickly.

If you are a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Marriage & Family Therapist, or Mental Health Counselor, you are also eligible for CEs. Contact Yvonne Wallace for more information here

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