Cardinal Corporate are pleased to be able to offer a complimentary, half-day workshop looking at some of the challenges around managing mental health in the workplace.
This workshop is aimed at occupational health professionals and will help develop your understanding of workplace mental health issues and provide an opportunity to discuss areas of concern with a leading consultant psychiatrist.
Alongside more general discussions of mental health in the workplace, we will be focusing on the decision to refer an employee showing signs of poor mental wellbeing.
The workshop will cover the following topics:
- How to balance risks and manage mental health in the workplace
- Find out about the latest best practice policies
- Keep people in work on their recovery journey – how structure and normality can be key
- Implement good mental health culture in the workplace
- Understand key influences in and outside the workplace which impact mental health
- When to refer beyond the EA counselling line
- Spot signs which may suggest rapid referral is vital
- Understand when referral can minimise disruptions and lower sickness rates
This workshop will be lead by one of Cardinal Clinic’s leading consultant psychiatrists, Dr Niraj Arora.
About Dr Niraj Arora
Dr Niraj Arora, (BM BCh (Oxon), MA (Cantab), MSc (London) MRCPsych) is a senior practicing consultant psychiatrist in West London. He is a Quality Improvement trainer for the NHS, and an Honorary Senior Lecturer for Imperial College, where he teaches and examines medical students. He is the GP federation mental health lead in Hammersmith and Fulham, with a commitment to working with GPs and patients to shape and share best practice in mental health care. He has expertise in mediation, conflict resolution and coaching.
He has been practicing at Cardinal Clinic for 5 years, with a focus on corporate and employee mental health. He has a deep understanding of the relationship between patient, employers and occupational health and is strategically involved in achieving solutions for psychological wellbeing, job satisfaction and productivity.