Anxiety and Depression Management Training in Sydney
Mental health awareness has gained plenty of ground in recent years, but it remains a serious threat to Australians both at home and in the workplace. The first hurdle was to achieve widespread acknowledgment that mental well-being issues exist; now, society faces the challenge of recognising the signs, understanding the impact and managing the effects.
What is anxiety?
It’s normal to feel uneasy to a certain extent, whether it be nerves before a job interview or feeling daunted when speaking in front of a large audience. However, have you ever noticed anxiety that lingers well beyond the stressful event, manifests itself without cause or continues to punctuate your existence? Anxiety can have a significant impact on your life, but it doesn’t have to—our anxiety management training in Sydney focuses on helping you understand the condition and equip you to cope with it on a daily basis.
What is depression?
As humans, feeling sad or low every now and then is part of life and helps us grow as a person. However, depression can cause people to experience these feelings intensely and over a long period of time, even years. Known as ‘the black dog’, it can have no obvious cause and manifest itself in a variety of ways. It’s more than just feeling sad—it can seriously affect all aspects of life from the home to the workplace and everything in between. Our training gives you a chance to understand the condition and help your employees manage that nasty little canine. An opportunity to better understand and and navigate depression. Depression management is the key to improving your psychological health. Our depression management training gives you a chance to understand the condition and help your employees manage that nasty little canine.
Help your employees lead a happy and healthy life
Depression and anxiety are two different mental health conditions, but one often leads to the other and they both have far-reaching effects if not properly addressed. Contact our Sydney team to find out how we can help you create a safe and nurturing environment when it comes to mental health in the workplace.