This all-day experiential course delivers detailed discussion around the top 5 preventable killers of men in the UK.
The course provides delegates with in-depth discussion around masculinity and possible reasons for men’s apparent lack of urgency in seeing health professionals.
Utilising video in the delivery, the presentation pinpoints why men are more susceptible to these 5 specific illnesses discussed and segues into various other facts that will encourage discussion and challenge the men into conversation.
This light hearted approach to morbidity is excellently placed to inspire you to support the males you employ or work alongside to take control of their health and make an informed decision to start their prevention process.
Dealing with this difficult topic with humour, banter and the ManHealth approach to working with men, this 1 day workshop will help you to support your male colleagues to better understand the reasons why they may be feeling unwell and help them begin to realise that seeking help is not a frailty of their masculinity but a strength to be built on, going forwards with renewed positivity.
The day will also equip those working with or employing men to understand how to talk to men in a supportive, non-judgemental way, to enable all men to start taking care of themselves and seeing it as a strength to seek support rather than an affront to their masculinity.
This course is accredited at Level 2.
This one-hour presentation is aimed at male staff in your business to enable them to better understand the top 5 preventable killers of men in the UK.
This one hour workshop is aimed at young men starting their journey into manhood and provides them with a better insight and understanding of what a man is supposed to be.
Mindfulness, or paying full attention to the present moment, can be very helpful in improving the cognitive symptoms of depression.
In England, around 1 in 8 men have a common mental health problem. However, men may be reluctant to seek support for their mental health or disclose mental health problems to loved ones. While many of the same difficulties are experienced by both men and women, some difficulties and influences on mental health may be especially relevant for men.
1 in 4 people will experience a mental health issues each year and 45% of all working days lost to ill health are due to these conditions. The average cost of mental health related absence is £522 per year for every employee. Creating Mental Health awareness and promotion is therefore a vital element in every successful organisation whether it is with the aim of supporting your customers, service users or staff/their families.