Episode 016 – How to Care for Your Employees’ Mental Health

The cost of mental health in the workplace is staggering.  Companies are realizing they need to do more to care for their people.  It’s good for business and its the right thing to do.

Sarah, through her company, Stressed Out Solutions is at the tip of the spear when it comes to helping companies help their people thrive.  I’ve personally seen her in action, and when it comes to helping people, she is a force of nature.

It took SOS founder Sarah Hilton just a moment to recognize her passion and her goal for the future; to stop silence, stigma and suicide by speaking out and training workplaces on Mental Health and how to understand and support mental illness in the workplace.

A lifetime of living with her father, diagnosed with Depression, allowed her to realize that unless families paid more attention to their children, parents and friends, people will suffer from silence and stigma.

After 20 years of working in the Mental Health field, she came to the conclusion that unless society takes a look at preventing mental illness and promoting mental health she would still be working with the most severe of mental illnesses, chronic and critical.

Learn more about Sarah and Stressed Out Solutions here.

 

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By | 2017-09-23T19:17:39+00:00 September 15th, 2017|Podcast|Comments Off on Episode 016 – How to Care for Your Employees’ Mental Health

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