Mental well-being is your day-to-day status which informs your overall mental health.
When we are “confident”, “up for the challenge”, “handling the pressure” etc, we are describing positive mental wellbeing. What employer doesn’t want employees who are “engaged”, “switched on”, or “committed”? – All expressions of positive mental well-being.
The number of people who describe themselves as having bad or poor general mood or state of mind has tripled during the Coronavirus crisis. Alcohol and substance use has increased having negative consequences to individuals and employers.
That’s why we’re here, to guide your employees in navigating the challenging things life throws up as well as additional life-changing events.