More than one fifth (22%) of respondents say they’ve been exposed to trauma at work
Want to show support, but don’t know what to say?
Explore the Supportive conversation library for context-specific tips on how you can show support when colleagues, loved ones, and friends are struggling.Get tips
Support your people during the grieving process.
Learn ways to you can show up for your people through the grieving process so they can stay productive while healing.Show support when someone’s grieving
Lighten your caregiving load.
Being there for our loved ones is a gift, and it also comes with challenges and can be exhausting. Explore these resources to help lighten the load.Explore resources
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Take a break from stressful, anxious or depressive thoughts through audio clips that include self-regulation techniques to help you take back control.
Supportive conversation library
Have you ever seen someone you care about struggling and found it hard to know what to say? We’re proud to introduce the new Supportive conversation library, developed by Registered Psychotherapist Jessica Grass. Find helpful questions and strategies here.
Webinar alert: Trauma and Stress in the Workplace
On December 5 at 2 p.m E.T, in collaboration with Mental Health Research Canada, we’ll be hosting a webinar to discuss the findings of our new report, Trauma and Stress in the workplace.
Join us to be a part of the discussion and explore solutions to promote psychological health and safety in the workplace.