Tools for individual employees

<p>The resources below aim to support individuals through the return to work process following mental-ill health by giving the individual access to resources, tips and practical guidance.</p> <p>Both guides are designed to be used in a self-led manner and include other helpful information such as general information on mental health, their legal rights surrounding mental health at work and how the reader can support their mental health in the workplace.  </p> <p>Both guides also provide links to further resources and information to support the return to work process.</p>
Author: Mental Health Foundation

How to support mental health at work

This guide by the Mental Health Foundation gives the reader useful information on mental health and mental ill health in the workplace. The aim of this guide is to give the individual the resources and tips to know: how to manage their own mental health at work, how to reach out to colleagues when feeling distressed and how to make their workplace mentally healthy for both themselves and other colleagues.

Author: Kingston University, Loughborough University and Affinity Health at work

Six steps to return to work following mental ill-health

This free to access online toolkit aims to provide employees with step by step guidance to support return to work. Based on evidence and input from professionals, employers and employees with mental ill-health, this toolkit provides guidance, downloads, exercises and templates to help employees navigate six steps to a successful return to work including: Dealing with the initial absence; Developing knowledge and skills; Maintaining communication; Preparing for return to work; Return to work conversation and Keeping healthy and productive at work.

Author: Mental Health Foundation

How to support mental health at work

How to support mental health at work

This guide by the Mental Health Foundation gives the reader useful information on mental health and mental ill health in the workplace. The aim of this guide is to give the individual the resources and tips to know: how to manage their own mental health at work, how to reach out to colleagues when feeling distressed and how to make their workplace mentally healthy for both themselves and other colleagues.

Author: Mental Health Foundation

How to support mental health at work

This guide by the Mental Health Foundation gives the reader useful information on mental health and mental ill health in the workplace. The aim of this guide is to give the individual the resources and tips to know: how to manage their own mental health at work, how to reach out to colleagues when feeling distressed and how to make their workplace mentally healthy for both themselves and other colleagues.

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Author: Kingston University, Loughborough University and Affinity Health at work

Six steps to return to work following mental ill-health

Six steps to return to work following mental ill-health

This free to access online toolkit aims to provide employees with step by step guidance to support return to work. Based on evidence and input from professionals, employers and employees with mental ill-health, this toolkit provides guidance, downloads, exercises and templates to help employees navigate six steps to a successful return to work including: Dealing with the initial absence; Developing knowledge and skills; Maintaining communication; Preparing for return to work; Return to work conversation and Keeping healthy and productive at work.

Author: Kingston University, Loughborough University and Affinity Health at work

Six steps to return to work following mental ill-health

This free to access online toolkit aims to provide employees with step by step guidance to support return to work. Based on evidence and input from professionals, employers and employees with mental ill-health, this toolkit provides guidance, downloads, exercises and templates to help employees navigate six steps to a successful return to work including: Dealing with the initial absence; Developing knowledge and skills; Maintaining communication; Preparing for return to work; Return to work conversation and Keeping healthy and productive at work.

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