Work is a major part of life and it can be very stressful. Many people experience work related issues due to mental ill-health. Having therapy alongside Employment Support can boost your recovery by 10% and improve your return to work.
Richmond Fellowship works in collaboration with Healthy Minds to provide Employment advice and guidance to support you in employment whether you are currently in work, off sick due to mental ill-health or unemployed. We can also work with employers to help support employee mental health and wellbeing at work.
We offer one to one support via telephone/face to face to people experiencing workplace
We offer one to one support as well as employability workshops covering topics including:
Mental health problems are very common in the workplace and better support in this area can
significantly improve productivity and save UK businesses up to £8 billion/year.
Our specially designed workshops for employers promote wellbeing and will aid in reducing
presenteeism and absenteeism by covering topics like:
1. Introduction to Mental Health
2. Managing sickness absence and understanding staff wellbeing
3. How to have conversations about mental health in the workplace
Your dedicated Employment Advisor will work closely with your Healthy Minds Clinician to provide comprehensive support by developing a plan of action based on agreed goals. We believe in a recovery approach whereby:
1. You will be continually involved in all aspects of your support and fully involved in the decision‐making process.
2. Support will focus on your strengths, aspirations and goals to encourage and assist you to achieve choice and direction over your life.
If you are interested in Employment Support, please speak to your Healthy Minds Clinician who will refer you to the Employment Service. Alternatively, you can call the Healthy Minds line for more information.
Please note: we cannot offer legal advice,but we can signpost you to services who can help. We are not union reps or recruitment consultants, we are employment support advisors.
Covid-19 update: We are still accepting referrals into the service and supporting people safely and effectively through the use of digital solutions or telephone appointments. If you have any questions about this please contact us.