According to the WHO, there are currently 450 million people in the world experiencing some kind of mental health problem or disorder. Furthermore, we know that more than a fifth of the Portuguese population suffers from a psychiatric disorder and that Portugal is the second country in the European Union where psychiatric disorders are most prevalent. There is no doubt that this will have a direct impact on workplaces. So it's important to recognize the signs and symptoms of the most common mental health issues and learn how to start a conversation about mental health.

This workshop aims to raise awareness of what mental health is and its potential incidence and impact in the work context, to challenge stereotypes related to mental health, explore key warning signs and share insights to better address these issues with your teams.

What we’ll talk about

- How can we understand the boundaries between Mental Health and Mental Illness?

- What is the role of leaders in early intervention and management of mental health problems

- More specifically, as a leader, how can I:

  - Identify the main warning signs?

  - Create an inclusive, appreciative and healthy environment?

  - Address this topic with my team?

    - Provide support to people who face mental health problems?

Details & Pricing


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Dr.ª Ana Sofia Silva

Clinical Psychologist. Master in Psychology (Clinical and Health specialization area) by Minho University. Post-graduation in Crisis, Emergency and Catastrophe Intervention by the Portuguese Institute of Psychology and other Sciences. Advanced Specialization in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapies by the same Institute. Post-graduation in Evaluation in Forensic Psychology.


€437 + VAT (20% discount for partners)

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