Friday, 9 April 2021 1pm – 2pm & 7pm – 8pm
There are so many people who are afraid to disclose their Mental Health status to their employers in the fear that they would be discriminated against or be treated differently by their coworkers. Mental Health stigma prevents us from talking openly about mental health issues and prevents those who need help the most, from seeking it.
How is your Workplace impacting your Mental Health? Are you scared to disclose your Mental Illness in the Workplace? Do you have to disclose your mental health status to your employer? What do employers do when an employee has disclosed a mental health condition? How do we break Mental Health stigma in the Workplace? Get expert advice TODAY on SADAG’s FREE #FacebookFriday Q&A with our expert Psychologists and Labour Lawyer for useful advice, tips and information.
Meet the Experts
Nkateko is a Counselling Psychologist with over 12 years of experience in the field of psychology. She is the Director of a practice called Pretoria Psychologist in Sunnyside, Pretoria.
Daniel is a Clinical Psychologist who has worked in a wide range of healthcare settings with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and older adults, and has a special interest in using evidence-based strategies to help my clients improve their lives and achieve their potential, values system includes connecting with others, prioritising psychological and physical wellbeing.
Peter Strasheim is the Owner and Managing Consultant at DLM Labour. Peter focuses on Consultancy to employers, as well as employment and Disputes. Specilzing in Mental Health, Disability and Labour Law.
Don’t miss SADAG’s #FacebookFriday LIVE chat Today between 1pm – 2pm and again at 7pm – 8pm as we offer FREE help, support and unpack Mental Health Discrimination and Stigma that South African’s are experiencing in the Workplace.
SADAG provides FREE telephonic counselling, support, information and nationwide referrals to Support Groups, Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Clinics and more. To speak to a counsellor call 0800 21 22 23 or SMS 31393 (7 days a week, 365 days a year).
— Arrive Alive (@_ArriveAlive) July 3, 2020