THE STIGMA FREE EXPERIENCE
MENTAL HEALTH AT WORK SUMMIT
AN INTERACTIVE TRAINING EXPERIENCE FOR LEADERS DEDICATED TO REDUCING MENTAL HEALTH STIGMA IN THE WORKPLACE
This is the only conference focused specifically on mental health at work. Business leaders, human resource and mental health professionals will gain hands on, interactive experiences with professionally trained actors of applied improvisation and theatre of the oppressed.
This experience is not for leaders looking to take notes from a powerpoint all day. It’s designed to help leaders learn cutting edge ways of becoming an ally and reducing the stigma of mental health in the workplace.
You'll learn practical strategies for implementing mental health support both in the workplace and beyond.
You and your team will learn how to:
OBSERVE shifts in mood and behavior that may be signs of potential mental health challenges.
CONNECT with a person you may be concerned about.
RESPOND to a struggling employee by connecting them with resources, supports and services.
PLUS, you and your team will learn how to reduce stigma, build employee resilience, build your business's mental health plan AND assess self-care.
and all the in betweens that leaders face as they learn how to support the mental health of their workplace. This is your time to learn from industry leading workplace mental health leaders and allyship experts.
Because... creating a culture of care is work. It's hard work. But, it is worth it.
JOIN US! and #mentalhealthatwork
MENTAL HEALTH @ WORK TRAINERS
WHAT YOU GET
WHAT TO EXPECT
Attendance to industry-leading Mental Health @ Work Training
Engaging presentations and scenarios with Stigma Free Actors
Attendance to pre-conference Mixer (drinks + hors d’oeuvres included)
Nutritious and sustaining breakfast served Saturday and Sunday
Nourishing lunch served (gluten free and vegan options)
Participate in discussions during presentations and participate in Q+As
Interactive role plays that engage problem solving and critical thinking
BE A VIP
NETWORK IN STYLE
BE A PART OF THE 20
NETWORKING WITH AZIZI MARSHALL, THE CENTER FOR CREATIVE ARTS THERAPY TEAM AND THE STIGMA FREE ACTORS IN THE HILTON'S SWANKY RESTAURANT SUITE.
TWO HOURS OF NETWORKING WITH THE SPEAKERS AND ACTORS, DRINKS, AND DINNER FROM 7-9PM (AFTER THE SATURDAY FULL DAY SUMMIT).
MORE TO COME...
ABOUT YOUR HOSTS
Azizi Marshall, LCPC, RDT-BCT and the Center for Creative Arts Therapy team, are therapists with a passion for workplace mental health, social justice, equity and inclusion. As long-time colleagues who have pioneered their mutual passions, they know the power of connection and interactive experiences as a means for true explorations of difficult topics. They created the Stigma Free Summit as a way to provide mental health DEI leadership training, along with a medium for bringing together hundreds of business leaders for a few days of deep connection and exploration.
MORE ABOUT THE SUMMIT
At this point in time no masks or vaccination cards are required for this event; however the policy will be reviewed prior to the event as accordance to state and national law, and hotel requirements. Conference rooms will be arranged with some separation between seats to the best abilities of the hotel to accommodate social distancing. Hotel staff is required to wear masks at all times and be vaccinated for COVID-19. As policies and laws change, there is a possibility that this event may require all attendees and staff to wear masks inside conference rooms and be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. You may be asked to provide your vaccination card during the registration process. We will continue to monitor any changes, and communicate them to all attendees in a timely manner. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
REFUNDS OR TRANSFERS
REFUNDS: 90% refund before January 1, 2023, 50% refund before February 1, 2023 no refunds or exchanges after February 1, 2023.
If you have questions or concerns, please do so in writing to email@example.com. Your concerns will be addressed in writing within 3-5 business days.
Facilities and programs are accessible to persons with disabilities. If you have a special need and plan to attend the workshop, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please allow as much advance notice as is possible to ensure we have ample opportunity to meet your needs. Mental Health at Work: The Stigma Free Experience will follow all applicable local, state, and federal standards, including the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), 42 U.S.C. §§ 12101-12213 (2008).