Mental Health and Wellbeing at Umbrellaadmin2023-08-31T15:18:10+12:00
This Mental Health Awareness Week (18 – 24 September 2023) is a chance to reflect and kōrero about the five ways to wellbeing: take notice, give, be active, connect, and keep learning. Join our free webinars, led by Umbrella psychologists, by registering below.
Webinar and Q&A: “Understanding anxiety: give the gift of self-care and support for others” with clinical psychologist and Umbrella Facilitator Lead Dr Barbara Rysenbry.
On the second day of Mental Health Awareness Week, the Five Ways to Wellbeing prompt us to give the gift of kindness, to look out for each other, and create a ripple effect. With research suggesting that anxiety is on the rise in Aotearoa, now’s a good time to talk about what it means, and how we help.
Dr Barbara Rysenbry, clinical psychologist at Umbrella Wellbeing Ltd, will kōrero on:
What is anxiety?
Spotting signs of anxiety in others (and when to be concerned)
Practical skills for dialling down anxiety and panic attacks
How to support others and yourself
This webinar is positioned towards team members and people leaders to better understand anxiety, and how to tautoko yourself, and others, with practical coping tools.
Webinar and Q&A: “Connect over a collective approach to wellbeing: Insights from psychological science and Te Ao Māori” with clinical psychologist and Umbrella Facilitation Coach Dr Allanah Casey, and Cultural Advisor Tuukuru Tahana (Ngati Pikiao).
On the fourth day of Mental Health Awareness Week, the Five Ways to Wellbeing prompt us to connect with one another, strengthen our relationships, and engage in whakawhanaungatanga. One way to achieve this is by rethinking how we can take a collective approach to building wellbeing, rather than focusing on our individual journeys.
Join clinical psychologist, Dr Allanah Casey, and Cultural Advisor Tuukuru Tahana (Ngati Pikiao), to kōrero on insights from psychological science and Te Ao Māori.
This webinar is positioned towards all team members and people leaders.
Our new InFlow Learning, Together: Te Oranga o te Katoa, blends insights from western psychology and Te Ao Māori to promote holistic and collective wellbeing. The programme supports learners to pick their own wellbeing path, while building on what’s already working well.
This Mental Health Awareness Week we are thrilled to share a sample chapter of our brand-new book, and a free trial module from our InFlow eLearning. These resources will help you to keep learning about wellbeing and how to make a positive impact in your life and the lives of others.
Interested in something a bit different to support your team’s wellbeing this Mental Health Awareness Week? We have a growing list of topics we can present on including anxiety, imposter syndrome, change readiness, shifting the frantic, and so much more. Please get in touch with our team to discuss.
Our training sessions and presentations are interactive, facilitated sessions delivered in person or online, and can be anywhere between 60 and 90 minutes (with half and full-day options available). In order to support this interactive style, our sessions are limited to 12 people for online sessions, and 30 for in person sessions
What our clients say about these sessions:
“It’s invaluable to feel the support that’s there from a professional and innovative organisation.”
“Umbrella presented some interesting material and created a positive space for discussion. I felt connected with the other attendees and got a lot out of it personally.”
“I really like the evidence based combination of brain science and practical strategies.”
“Always love Umbrella sessions and always find them hugely beneficial in my professional and personal life.”
“Thanks so much for organising this! I’ve been to a few stress related workshops by now but none of them were so well presented and entertaining as this one. Would love to see more material by Umbrella.”
Measure your people’s wellbeing this spring with our our Umbrella Wellbeing Assessment tool. Get reliable data and insights into how your people are doing to inform your strategic decisions. Learn how to best support the wellbeing of your people, explore what they truly need and want to experience mentally healthy workplace. Discover the factors (work and non-work) that are influencing their psychological health and performance – in just 15 minutes (online survey).
The Umbrella Wellbeing Assessment provides individual wellbeing reports and resources for each employee who completes it. Organisations have access to an interactive dashboard and comprehensive wellbeing report with insights into the unique wellbeing opportunities for the organisation. Senior leaders gain recommendations and data from our psychologists to underpin a support strategy.