Wellbeing workshops for Mental Health Awareness week

It’s Mental Health Awareness Week in May and the GCMA is proud to offer a series of wellbeing workshops specifically for golf club employees.

The wellbeing of our members is a top priority for the GCMA, which is why during Mental Health Awareness week we will be providing a series of workshops to support all golf club employees.

We have partnered with Workplace Wellbeing Consultant & Trainer, Debbie Kleiner, to bring you three wellbeing workshops across the week of May 13-19.

As well as the workshops being open to GCMA members, the first two sessions are also available to all staff on the wider team.

Each workshop will focus on a different topic, covering Stress Management, Mental Health Awareness and Clear Communication.

These workshops are free to attend and you can register now below:

Monday May 13: 3-4pm – REGISTER NOW
Topic: Stress Management 

Tuesday May 14: 12-1pm – REGISTER NOW
Topic: Mental Health Awareness 

Thursday May 16: 4-5pm – REGISTER NOW
Topic: Clear Communication 

What is Mental Health Awareness Week?

Mental Health Awareness Week (MHAW) is an annual event which is now in its 23rd year. Led by the Mental Health Foundation, its purpose is to tackle stigma and provide an opportunity to facilitate a wider and deeper understanding of mental health.

The Foundation introduced the initiative in 2001 and has set the theme and dates every year since, with MHAW now one of the most high-profile public campaigns in the UK.

This year’s theme is, ‘Movement: Moving more for our mental health’, with the aim of encouraging a more active lifestyle to promote better mental health.

“Being active plays a crucial role in maintaining good mental health, yet many of us struggle to get enough exercise,” said the Mental Health Foundation.

“During MHAW week, we encourage people to find moments for movement in their daily routines. Whether it’s going for a walk, dancing to your favorite music or doing chair exercises while watching television, every bit counts!”

You can read more about the GCMA’s commitment to promoting mental wellbeing here: The GCMA’s Wellbeing Initiative: Making mental health a priority – GCMA

By GCMA Content Team

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