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Welcome to our refreshed website! Find out more
Welcome to our refreshed website! Find out more

Improve psychological health and safety in your workplace. Support employee success when mental health is a factor.

ALL TOOLS AND RESOURCES ARE FREE.

USE THEM TO HELP MAKE A DIFFERENCE.

Organizational Framework
Organizational Framework
Consider organizational approaches, strategies, policies, procedures, and interactions that impact the psychological health or safety of employees.
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Assess your Workplace
Assess your Workplace
Assess and address psychological health and safety in your workplace.
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Promote Mental Health at Work
Promote Mental Health at Work
Take time to participate in activities focused on improving mental health at work.
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Management Training
Management Training
Help leaders learn how to effectively recognize and manage mental health related issues in the workplace.
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Facilitate discussions related to a psychologically safe workplace.
Engage Staff in Solutions
Facilitate discussions related to a psychologically safe workplace.
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Mental Health Awareness
Mental Health Awareness
Watch videos designed to speak directly to people struggling with mental health issues.
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Centre Overview
This website is an initiative of the Great-West Life Centre for Mental Health in the Workplace
Latest News and Events
  • Congratulations to Mike Schwartz, our former Executive Director (2007-2015), who – along with the Centre itself – has received the Mood Disorders Association of Ontario’s 2016 Pillar of Hope Award for positive changes they have made to the mental health landscape. 

    Our Executive Director Diane Bezdikian accepted the award on behalf of Mike and the Centre at a ceremony held May 11 at the Royal Ontario Museum.

  • The Centre hosted a Roundtable on Workplace Mental Health in February 2016, in Vancouver. A small group of Human Resources Management Association members joined in person, with many more by webinar, to explore the current and future states of psychological health and safety, and support for employees with mental health concerns.

    Read the full report here.