Let's talk about mind matters in the workplace

In 2019 we hosted the first Work Mind Matters Conference in South Africa where we opened the discussion of mental health in the workplace. It was a precursor to COVID-19 which has caused a revolution in the workplace and continues to impact the mental wellness of individuals and corporates across the world.
Work Mind Matters pursues a very practical approach to issues of mental health in the workplace. Whether it is individual professionals, small corporate groups, international seminars or Secondary and Tertiary academic institutions in South Africa, we are presenting, discussing and advising ways to manage your mental wellness in the workplace.
Reach out to us if you require assistance with masterclasses to educate and encourage authentic conversations about mental health and wellness in the work place.

TOP 6 REASONS TO TAKE MENTAL WELLNESS IN THE WORKPLACE SERIOUSLY

“Every employee in every workplace all over the world should feel they genuinely have the choice to ask for help if they are suffering from a common form of mental ill health. Work Mind Matters is helping to start these conversations and create those types of workplaces all over South Africa.”

– Geoff McDonald, International corporate mental health campaigner and Keynote 2019
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South Africans suffer from depression
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23 South Africans commit suicide everyday - almost 1 an hour
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Organisations promoting wellbeing are three and a half times more likely to be creative and innovative
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63 Percent of Adults know someone with depression

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Please note that while Work Mind Matters is a mental advocacy group, we cannot offer medical or psychological advice. Please contact the South African Depression and Anxiety Group (SADAG) anytime.

Contact SADAG on 0800 567 567 or www.sadag.org