Start the Conversation Now About Mental Health!
Mental Illness Has No Boundaries
1 in 5 people will experience a mental health episode in their lifetime, yet many are afraid to speak openly about it.
Especially in the workplace.
The cost of unaddressed mental illness in the workplace is staggering. Leaders are searching for tools and resources to help them effectively address mental illness in the workplace
My corporate training, “The 4 Pillars of Creating and Sustaining a Mentally Healthy Workplace Culture”, teaches leaders how to create a ‘culture of safety’ where everyone feels safe to speak openly about mental health without fear of judgment, retribution, or job loss.
Click the button below to learn about “The 4 Pillars of Creating and Sustaining a Mentally Healthy WorkPlace Culture” training.
Ready to have a conversation about creating a culture of safety in your organization?
“The most powerful organizations make it possible for employees to remove the mask of fear and shame and speak openly about mental health in the workplace.” — Kim LaMontagne, MBA
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of your organization and learn how you can begin creating and maintaining a mentally healthy workplace culture.
It's OK to Not Be OK is a collection of stories of individuals who have the lived experience of mental illness or substance use. Their painful yet inspiring stories of hope are meant to be a “road map” for others to follow to find their way out of the darkness. The authors invite you into their personal world of confusion, pain, and suffering and share the tools and wisdom they acquired along the way to turn their struggle into strength.
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“The most powerful organizations make it possible for individuals to remove the mask of fear and shame and speak openly about mental health in the workplace.” — Kim LaMontagne, MBA
“Contact with a peer who is willing and able to talk about their journey from sickness to health empowers others to step forward and say “I’m not OK and I need help.” — Kim LaMontagne, MBA”
“One of the most effective antidotes to stigma in the workplace is direct contact between peers.”
“Professionals can struggle and present themselves as together and healthy when internally they are struggling.”
“My increased awareness of the content will help me better interact with others in need of support.”
“I’ve decided today is truly the day I get help. I wish there were programs like
NAMI around the world. Thank you so much. I really wish I saw this
“This presentation made me remember that my mental illness does not
make me flawed, because it is a part of me and no one is perfect.”
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