Mental health training to meet your business and organizational needs!


professional speaking/Keynotes

A keynote presentation may well be the entire foundation for your workplace. They are usually opening or closing presentations that inspire, peak interest, inform and entertain!

An opening keynote sets the tone for the entire conference/meeting. It establishes the receptivity, openness, energy and expectations for the day. It sets up the other speakers and workshops for success. A closing keynote establishes the attitude that the people in the conference leave with. It reflects on the main ideas of the day, crystallizes some inspiration to action and validates the attendees. It should also add a few more new ideas and concepts for people to leave with.


Psychoeducation, cultivating resiliency, team building

The following are three simple,powerful and fundamental principles for making changes as a result of a training event:

Awareness: If you are not aware of a recent developments or new insights you will nor be able to renew yourself. You can’t change what you don’t know. There is a need for openness and receptivity order to know what direction you need to pursue.

Acceptance:

Acceptance is about ownership and understanding of the information and commitment to application. It implies a change of position in some cases. If a person does not take personal responsibility for his or her own professional growth, then the process is doomed from the start.

Action:

Some people are enlightened and committed to make the changes, but for some reason they don’t ever act on the situation and do things differently. Change requires that you act on what you have learned. It’s not what happens to you in life that counts, it’s how you choose to deal with it!!

 


Psychological Health & Safety in the Workplace/Wellness Program

Training on Psychological Health and Safety can help organizations improve psychological health and safety  and/or implement the National Standard of Canada for psychological health and safety in the workplace.


Why Support Psychological Health and Safety in the workplace?
The reality is that today's corporate culture may be fraught with distractions or strain due to unnecessary interpersonal conflict, excessive stress, growing disability rates and impending burnout.

Add to this the rising rates of mental illnesses such as depression or anxiety and you may find employees who are overwhelmed and under-performing at work.

Whether you want to preserve a psychologically healthy workplace, or have a challenging workplace that you want to improve, this customized approach will provide you with information and recommendations to address your unique situation.

Psychologically Healthy and Safe Organizations can experience:
Enhanced employee creativity and initiative
Better employee retention rates and lower absenteeism rates
Higher quality work and higher levels of collaboration
Healthier levels of employee stress and improved resiliency
Reduced grievances and improved employee satisfaction and engagement
Prevention of human right complaints and improved recruitment of talent

The above benefits can be accomplished by incorporating the following key 
concepts:

1) Presenting the Business Case
Focuses on helping leaders and other key workplace stakeholders see the value of adopting the National Standard and improving psychological health and safety.

2) Preparing for Assessment
Helps employers understand the scope, process, and necessity of collecting data, both as a baseline and as a continuous practice for adherence to the Standard

3) Making Recommendations
Analyzing the assessment findings and recommending an action plan within the organization’s constraints  that are both valuable and manageable for employers.


 

Style Editor Options


Site Header

Header Background Color – Change the background color of the header bar at the top of the page.

Site Title Font + Color – If no logo image is uploaded, set the typeface, font properties, and color of the Site Title.

Transparent Header – If a banner image of any sort is uploaded on a particular page, the header background will become transparent. Pages without banner images will keep the Header Background Color, as will folder dropdowns.

Logo Container Width – Set the width of the logo container, effectively changing the size of the logo. If the logo container is smaller than the size of the uploaded logo image, the logo image will shrink, but if the logo container is larger, the logo will not become larger than the uploaded image. The nav will take up the rest of the space to the right of the logo container.

Site Title Container Width – Set the width of the site title container. This effectively allows control over the wrapping of the site title.


Site Navigation

Nav Link Font + Color – Set the typeface, font properties, and color of the navigation links.

Nav Link (Active) – Set the color of the navigation links on hover.

Enable Nav Button – Turn the last link in the navigation into a button (does not apply to folders).

Nav Button Style – Select between solid, outline, and raised buttons.

Nav Button Corner Style – Select between squared corners, rounded corners, or a "pill" shaped button.

Nav Button Color – Set the background color of the button (outline and text color if "outline" button style is selected).

Nav Button Font + Text Color – Set the typeface, font properties, and color of the navigation button.


Banner Section

Banner Overlay Color – Set a color to be overlaid over images on banners.

Banner Heading Font + Color – Set the typeface, font properties, and color of the headings in banners.

Banner Text Font + Color – Set the typeface, font properties, and color of the body text in banners.

Banner Button Style – Select between solid, outline, and raised buttons.

Banner Button Corner Style – Select between squared corners, rounded corners, or a "pill" shaped button.

Banner Button Color – Set the background color of the button (outline and text color if "outline" button style is selected).

Banner Button Font + Color – Set the typeface, font properties, and colors of the banner button.


Main Content

Page Background – Set the background of the main content area.

Page Text Font + Color – Set the typeface, font properties, and color of body text.

Page Link Color – Set the color of body links.

Page Meta Color – Set the color of meta text (blog authors, post dates, etc.)

Control the typeface, font properties, and colors of the Heading 1, Heading 2, and Heading 3.

Quote Font + Color – Set the typeface, fonts properties, and color of Quote Blocks.


Sidebar

Hide Page Sidebar – Don't display the left-hand folder navigation on pages in a folder.

Hide Products Sidebar – Don't display the left-hand category navigation in product list view.

Hide Sidebar Title – Don't display title in the sidebar.

Sub Nav Title Font + Color – Set the typeface, font properties, and color of the titles in Page Folder Nav and Products Category Nav.

Sub Nav Link Font + Color – Set the typeface, font properties, and color of the links in subnavs.


Prefooter

Pre Footer Background – Set the background color of the pre-footer area directly above the footer.

Pre Footer Text Color – Set the color of the text in the Pre-Footer.


Footer

Footer Background – Set the background color of the footer area at the very bottom of the page.

Footer Text Color – Set the color of the text in the footer.

Footer Nav Font + Color – Set the typeface, font properties, and color of the footer navigation links.

Footer Nav Link (Active) – Set the color of the footer navigation links on hover.

Center Navigation / Info – Choose between left- and center-aligned footer navigation and site info.

Hide Site Info – Hide the site info in the footer.


Blog

Meta Priority – Select whether date or category of a post appear above its title in blog list view.

Hide Entry Author – Don't display the byline of a blog post. Useful for blogs with a single author.

Hide List Entry Footer – Don't display the footer (Comment + Like + Share) in blog list view.


Gallery Styles

Gallery Navigation – Determines the type of gallery image navigation is provided on the page.

Gallery Info Overlay – Select the type of display used for image title and caption.

Gallery Aspect Ratio – Controls the aspect ratio (width:height) for the gallery active slide.

Gallery Arrow Style – Determines the style of the arrows used to cycle through the slides.

Gallery Transitions – select the transition styles used to animate between slides being viewed.

Gallery Show Arrows – choose to use arrows for cycling through slides.

Gallery Auto Crop – choose to auto crop slide images to the selected ratio.

Gallery Autoplay – choose to cycle gallery images automatically without user interaction.

Gallery Loop – Enable a gallery to cycle through to the first slide after the last slide.

Gallery Autoplay Speed –Specify the speed at which the gallery pauses on the active slide.

Gallery Thumbnail Size – Control the height of thumbnail images when used for gallery navigation.

Gallery Arrow Background – Specify the color that is used for the shape of gallery arrows.

Gallery Arrow Color – Specify the color that is used for the arrow itself.

Gallery Circle Color – Specify the color that is used for the circle shape gallery arrows.

Gallery Info Background – Specify the color used in the background of the image title and caption. 


Event Styles

Event Time Format – Toggle between 24 hour or AM/PM for event times.

Event Icons – Enable icons on the address and event time display.

Event Thumbnails – Show an image thumbnail in list view.

Event Thumbnail Size – Control the size (ratio width:height) of the event thumbnail image.

Event Date Label – Enable date overlay on top of event thumbnail.

Event Date Label Time – Include the time of the event with the date overlay.

Event Excerpts – Show optional excerpt text of events on the list view when present.

Event List Date – Show the full event date (day, month, year) of the event on the list view.

Event List Time – Show the time range (start time-end time) of the event on the list view.

Event List Address – Show the event location address when present.

Event iCal/gCal Links – Show links to add events to Apple or Google calendars.

Event Like and Share Buttons – Show Squarespace simple like and share buttons on events.

Event List Compact View – Enable a simple stacked view of events in the list view.

Event Calendar Compact View – Enable a simpler calendar view optimized for smaller areas


Product Styles

Product Background Color – sets the color behind the product image.

Product Overlay Color – sets the color of the overlay when product list titles are set to 'overlay.'

Products Per Row – determines the number of products shown per line on the product list.

Product List Titles – controls the position of the product title on the product list.

Product List Alignment – sets the text alignment of the product title on the product list.

Product Item Size – select an image ratio for the product photo on the product list.

Product Image Auto Crop – determines whether product images fill the image area or fit within.

Product Gallery Size – select an image ratio for the product gallery on the product item page.

Product Gallery Auto Crop – determines whether product images fill the gallery area or fit within.

Show Product Price – shows the price on the product list page when enabled.

Show Product Item Nav – shows the 'back to shop' link on the product item page.

 

A very special thanks to Jared Chambers for providing the beautiful photography featured in this template.