The Working Mind Virtual
The Working Mind (TWM) Virtual is an evidence-based program designed to promote mental health and reduce the stigma around mental illness in the workplace.
If you are in distress, you can text WELLNESS to 741741 at any time. If it is an emergency, call 9-1-1 or go to your local emergency department.
The Working Mind is designed to:
Two TWM Virtual courses are available:
TWM for employees offers practical knowledge to increase participants’ overall comfort level with mental illness. Upon completing the course, employees will be able to:
Managers, supervisors, and team leads have a special role in any organization. Building on TWM for employees, the TWM managers course gives participants the practical knowledge they need to:
Each TWM Virtual course is delivered by a certified facilitator and offers easily applied scenario-based lessons, videos that feature people with lived experience of mental illness, reference guides, and practical handouts.
Mental Health and Stigma
Mental Health in the Workplace
Stress and Resilience
Supporting Your Team (Only available in Manager course)
These four modules are designed to be delivered as follows:
To view upcoming courses, please click here. If you do not see a course that fits your needs, please contact us at email@example.com to discuss other options.
Implementation, Uptake, and Culture Change: Results of a Key Informant Study of a Workplace Mental Health Training Program in Police Organizations in Canada
Mental Health Literacy A Review Of The Applications And Effectiveness In The Higher Education Workplace
Opening Minds in the Workplace: Interim Results of a Mental Health Promotion and Anti-stigma Intervention – The Working Mind
The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry. Special Edition
The Road to Mental Readiness for First Responders: A Meta-Analysis of Program Outcomes
The Working Mind: A Meta-Analysis of a Workplace Mental Health and Stigma Reduction Program
Workplace Antistigma Programs at the Mental Health Commission of Canada: Part 1. Processes and Projects
Workplace Antistigma Programs at the Mental Health Commission of Canada: Part 2. Lessons Learned