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Safe space training

When mental health goes to work

Learn how

leading cause of death in the U.S. is suicide (homicide is 16th)

billion dollars is lost every year due to mentall illness

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of adults who receive treatment for depression show improvement

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of adults in the U.S. experience a mental illness at some point in their lives

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of adults with a mental illness never receive treatment

"I left each interaction with Sarah feeling more empowered about my ability to support those around me and myself. Through each step in the process Sarah asked for our input, and customized her program to best fit our needs. She made us feel heard, understood and acted as a partner in the truest sense of the word."

Kelsey Meyer, President at Influence and Co.

How does safe space training work?

Through trainings and clearly detailed policies, companies and organizations can create environments where mental health is not only accommodated, but welcomed. Employees will not only feel more appreciated, but will have the knowledge they need to care for themselves and others. Think of it like diet, exercise, and emergency response training for the mind.

Training

Either in-person or virtual, I will educate your leaders and teams through engaging stories and practical advice.

Resources

Worksheets, guides, and eBooks, all customized for your business.

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Policy Creation

If you don’t have a mental health policy in place, I will help you write and implement a legal policy designed to protect your company and its employees.

So few people - much less employers - consider the importance of mental health in the workplace. I love working for a company that is so progressive and open in employee health care. I feel more comfortable and valued as an employee."

Influence and Co. Employee
Meet Sarah Jo Crawford

Meet Sarah Jo Crawford

Mental Health Advocate and creator of The Beloved Space

After a Bipolar II diagnosis and many failed attempts at making a traditional job fit my moods, I began exploring how to work despite my illness. While on this journey, I began writing over at The Beloved Space, where I shared what I was learning about taking care of myself. The love, support, and general interest sparked the idea to take my message of mental stability into the corporate world.

Many leaders want to create a comfortable work environment for their employees, whether it be through paid maternity leave, catered lunches, free gym memberships, or unlimited vacation, the intention is there. However, when the topic of depression or anxiety rises, many leaders find themselves at a loss for what to do.

While I’m not a mental health professional, I have worked with a licensed counselor to create materials for both leaders and employees to take the initiative to create a safe, sustainable, and supportive work and personal life. If your company is looking to become more accommodating, I would love to talk to you about your options.

Sarah C.

Contact Me

I’m a midwest native but I’m more than happy to travel to you. Fill out the form below if you’re interested in working with me.

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