Introduction to Common Mental Health Issues and Their Impact on Mediation
1st June @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Session leader, Rachel Weiss (biography below) will give an overview of the most common mental health issues in the workplace:
• Trauma and Adverse Childhood Experiences(ACEs)
Covering definition and what can be done to mitigate the symptoms.
We will discuss how these mental health issues can affect participants’ ability to engage in the mediation process and what mediators can do to make mediation more accessible.
Rachel Weiss, Partner at Rowan Consultancy
Rachel is an accredited counsellor, a credentialed coach and is on the Scottish Mediation Register, specialising in workplace mediations.
Rachel founded Rowan Consultancy in Perth in 1997, which now has consultants throughout the UK helping people lead more satisfying lives, through employee counselling services, workplace mediation, coaching and inhouse training in emotional intelligence topics.
In 2018 she founded the Menopause Café charity, which raises awareness of the menopause though pop-up events and the annual #FlushFest Festival, this year being held online on April 30th and May 1st 2021.
Rachel lives in Perth where she is a reluctant runner and enjoys learning Spanish slowly.
This event will be delivered online via Zoom. A link will be sent out before the event to all registered attendees.
Costs: £80 per attendee for non members and £40 for Scottish Mediation members – please note that Organisational members can send up to two people at member rates.
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