Mental Wellness

Why do you need a Mental Wellness Check?

The World Health Organization has defined wellness as a state of complete physical, mental and social wellbeing, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. Wellness can be divided into eight main dimensions which play a key role in a person’s life. They include: Occupational wellness, emotional wellness, spiritual wellness, environmental wellness, financial wellness, physical wellness, social and intellectual wellness.

With that in mind, mental wellness can be defined as the positive state of an individual’s mental health which involves being able to cope with stressful situations, managing crisis and learning the art of relaxation.

What is unique about our Mental Wellness Program?

The key role of the wellness programs is to ensure early diagnosis but more so prevention of Mental Health disorders. Furthermore, the structure of these programs is such that each of them address key issues that are population specific. Below are the programs we offer.

This program is designed for Chief executive officers, chief operating officers, chief financial officers, managing directors, team leaders who work in high pressure environments.

WHAT WE OFFER

• Individualized mental health checkups
• Work-life balance targeted therapy
• Stress management skills
• Management focused communications skills

Mental health is important for our workplaces including elected or nominated political positions on which effective functioning and running of the country in a free fair and democratic way depends.

WHAT WE OFFER

• Individualized mental health check-ups
• Stress management training
• Skills training on building resilience
• Loss and grief counselling
• Change and change management

The target market for this talk is the population of people in both formal and informal employment in various technical professions.

WHAT WE OFFER

• Training in stress management techniques
• Mental wellness check-ups
• Skills training on building resilience
• Coping with and preventing burnout
• Individualized management as per the client’s request.

Creatives are people whose job involves creative work. This may include musicians, poets, bloggers, vloggers, content creators, media personalities among others.

WHAT WE OFFER

• Substance use and abuse and its impact oncareer
• Mental health assessment
• Dealing with creative block
• Peer pressure management
• Coping with family expectations vs personaldreams and aspirations
• Coping with societal expectations and pressure to conform

Current WHO statistics show that of every four one family has at least one member with a mental disorder. This people are often taken care of by the family leading to there being a a burden being passed on to the family- this consequence is one that is difficult to quantify and assess though the impact on the family’s quality of life is one that is noticeable.

WHAT WE OFFER

• Communication skills on handling sensitive topics like finances, responsibility etc.
• Impact of substance use disorders, mental health conditions on family’s mental health
• Marital and Couples therapy
• Impact of separation and divorce on children and finances
• Parenting skills and styles
• Conflict and conflict resolution
• Ailing family member support.

Adolescence is a time when a lot of changes occur in a person’s life, as a result, a person’s health status during this time is a key determinant for health
and productivity. At this age group it's also when most mental illnesses have their onset but most cases go undetected and untreated. Furthermore, there are also a myriad of psychosocial issues that are also happening during this stage in a person’s life.

WHAT WE OFFER

• Drug and substance abuse screening
• Life skills training: Self Esteem and Self Awareness, Friendship formation, Peer pressure management among others.
• Career choice vs. personality
• Goal setting- financial and otherwise
• Communication skills
• Psychological support

Trauma and loss are common experiences in people’s lives. In a WHO study of 21 countries, more that 10% of the respondents reported witnessing violence (21.8%) or experiencing interpersonal violence (18.8%), accidents (17.7%), exposure to war (16.2%) or trauma to a loved one (12.5%).

WHAT WE OFFER

• Assessments
• Trauma focused cognitive behavior therapy
• Group therapy (support group)
• Managing depression and anxiety related to traumatic incident
• Gender based violence support.

According to WHO, the world’s population of people above 60 years is expected to be at 22% from 12% by 2050. There is no time that mental health is not important in one’s life. However, in older age, mental and neurological conditions account for 6.6% of disability adjusted life year’s (DALY’S) which translates to approximately 15% of people above 60years suffering a mental disorder.

WHAT WE OFFER

• Cognitive assessment for Dementia and other neurocognitive disorders
• Loss and grief related to empty nest, retirement, health, adjustment to new social roles and adjustment
• Financial management
• Social expectations and input to the community
• Depression and health anxiety
• Psychosocial support

According to WHO, the world’s population of people above 60 years is expected to be at 22% from 12% by 2050. There is no time that mental health is not important in one’s life. However, in older age, mental and neurological conditions account for 6.6% of disability adjusted life year’s (DALY’S) which translates to approximately 15% of people above 60years suffering a mental disorder.

WHAT WE OFFER

• Impact of diagnosis on life, work, relationships and family
• Loss and grief related to health, finances, expectations from life
• Stress and stress management
• Managing anxiety and depression that may result
• Pre- and post-surgical counselling
• Family therapy

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