Key topics covered:

You'll learn our step-by-step process to disclosure, key considerations to keep in mind, and apply your learnings in case studies and reflections.

  • Step 1: Understanding your mental health challenge

  • Step 2: Deciding who to share with and what to share

  • Step 3: Preparing for the conversation and what to say

  • Step 4: Having the conversation and exploring next steps

What You'll Get

  • 30-minutes of bite-sized learning, interactive exercises, and role-play scenarios

    to guide you through the key steps and considerations around disclosing a mental health challenge.

  • Fillable worksheets

    to follow along and take your learnings back to your own work.

  • An action-oriented framework

    to help you start any future conversation around mental health with someone at your organization.

What Our Participants Say

9 out of 10 of Mind Share Partners training participants have a better understanding of workplace mental health and stigma after our training.

"It challenges you."

Sabrina George, Executive Assistant & Office Manager

"I loved that this experience was more than just a lecture - that it challenged you to think, listen, even take notes, to really maximize the experience and make sure you're taking away helpful, actionable lessons. I also loved the handouts provided. I'll definitely be using them!"

"This is a MUST for managers."

- Ashley Talbert, Mental Health Employee Resource Group Chair

“This is a MUST for managers. At our organization, this is where we are finding it difficult to better support our community. Our managers are not trained to handle or identify these situations. People are often directed to HR or benefits.”

How It Works

  • Step 1: Register for the Key Skills for Managers Supporting Workplace Mental Health course.

  • Step 2: Confirm your registration via email.

  • Step 3: Login to the Thinkific platform to begin the course.

  • Step 4: Continue through the learning modules at your own pace in Thinkific. You can pause and come back at any time.

  • Step 4: Complete the course and receive a certificate of completion.

Sample Reflection

Should Teresa tell her manager about the mental health challenges that she is experiencing? What might she think about when considering what and when to share?