Corporate Wellness Workshop

Please join Minding Your Mind to discover how our Corporate Wellness Program can transform your company's employee health and education initiatives.

Wednesday, February 19

Registration begins at 8:15am
A light breakfast will be served.

No fee to attend.
Space is limited and registration is required.

The Shipley School
Beechwood House* 
931 Montgomery Ave.
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
*entrance on Roberts Rd.

A Morning of Education

Imagine the profound impact your company can realize by coaching your employees about mental health issues, reducing the stigma around seeking help, and creating an environment of advocacy and understanding in your workplace.


8:15am: Arrive, Register, light breakfast available

8:30am: Introductions

8:40am: Mindfulness for the Workplace

One of Minding Your Mind's trained and experienced mindfulness instructors will presents an abbreviated Mindfulness session and how it is used in creating an environment that promotes productivity, reduces stress and anxiety, and teaches the value of focus and resilience.

9:00am: Corporate Education Program

Hear from a Minding Your Mind clinician on the most common causes and effects of stress and anxiety, symptoms of depression, positive and negative coping skills, warning signs and how to help someone in crisis.

9:30am: Speakers 

Minding Your Mind speakers will share abbreviated versions of their stories. Through building resources, resilience and seeking help, these adults have learned how to manage their mental health and busy lives in a positive, productive way.

10:00am: Q&A Panel

Open questions and conversation with Minding Your Mind instructors, clinicians, and speakers. Topics will include: Minding Your Mind programs, resources available for employers and employees, how to book a program for your workplace, and more.


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Brandon R. Everett, RN, BSN, CMT                        Mindfulness Instructor, Minding Your Mind

Sheila Gillin, LCSW               Clinical Director, Minding Your Mind

Kirstin Day, Vice President Design- Designer Contemporary Brands at The Jewelry Group, Behavioral Health Advocate

This event is free and open to the public, but space is limited and registration is required.

Why Address Mental Health in the Workplace?

  • Mental health issues are the leading cause of worker disability in the U.S.
  • Over 5 million people miss work each week due to stress.
  • 4 million work days per week are lost due to depression.
  • 81% of lost productivity time is due to presenteeism.
  • Depression-related absenteeism can cost a company $3,500 - $12,000 per employee per year.
  • For every dollar invested in creating a mentally healthy workplace, $2.30 is generated in benefits to the company.

"I believe that eliminating the stigma around mental health issues in the workplace requires creating an inclusive work environment. Based on my experience implementing inclusion and cultural change programs, I think it's important that this organizational change is embedded in three phases to build trust among employees and managers and to allow time to slowly change attitudes and behavior and monitor and evaluate the processes." Silke Glaabexecutive coach and consulting psychologist. Read the full article in Forbes Magazine, December 2, 2019

About Minding Your Mind's Corporate Wellness Program

Minding Your Mind’s Corporate Wellness Program is designed to help companies create an environment of advocacy and understanding, while providing direction on developing a work-life balance. Appropriate for small businesses to large corporations, each presentation available through the Corporate Wellness Program touches on a different topic: overall mental health education, mindfulness, suicide prevention training.