MEMBER WELLNESS

MEMBER RESOURCES

WE ARE COMMITTED TO ASSISITNG OUR MEMBERS UNDERSTAND WHAT MENTAL WELLNESS IS

If you’re a small business owner in the Moreton Bay Region, there are a number of free and confidential emotional coaching and wellbeing support options available to you.

There is support for all small business owners who are experiencing mental health or emotional wellbeing stress. Many of the services listed can help with stress from many areas of your lives, such as stress from your business, or other challenges including personal, relationship or health issues.

Sit down and have a chat with a locally-based counsellor or coach and work through your unique, personal business challenges, needs and opportunities in an understanding environment.

Please click the Where to get help page to get access to updated phone numbers and websites who can assist you.

Early warning signs

Be aware of the early warning signs that may indicate you need to pay attention to your emotional well-being.

Work-related Indicators:

  • Not meeting deadlines
  • Not working to your usual standards
  • Withdrawing from staff
  • Having trouble concentrating
  • Feeling less engaged than usual
  • Feeling worthless or like a failure
  • Being absent from work

 

Personal Indicators:

    • Feeling irritable, nervous, angry, anxious or worried
    • Feeling depressed or low in energy
    • Having trouble sleeping
    • Sleeping too much
    • Waking up and having difficulty getting back to sleep
    • Experiencing weight or appetite changes
    • Consuming more alcohol or other substances
    • Withdrawing from friends and family
    • Experiencing panic attacks
    • Having emotional or aggressive outbursts
    • Engaging in destructive behaviour

You should seek assistance if you have noticed a change in your feelings, thoughts or behaviour that:

  • lasts for more than a few weeks
  • affects your relationships and ability to work, learn or socialise
  • prevents you from participating in activities you’ve previously enjoyed.

Please click the Where to get help page to get access to updated phone numbers and websites who can assist you.

Resilience at Work is proudly supported and funded by the Queensland Government.

MORE RESOURCES

Are you a small business?

Find out how you can protect yourself and others from work-related risks to mental health.

The Protect Guide helps small business to identify and manage work related risks to mental health.

Download the Protect Guide

Are you a small business?

Try this practical guide for how to identify and respond to people experiencing mental ill-health or distress.

The Respond Guide helps small business to also implement strategies to support yourself or other people during periods of mental ill-health.

Download the Respond Guide

 

Are you a small business?

Learn some individual approaches for enhancing mental health.

The Promote Guide helps small business to recognise and enhance the positive aspects of work that contribute to good mental health.

Dowload the Promote Guide

Mental wellness for business.

Knowing how to address mental wellness in the workplace can be a challenge, especially in professions that are historically viewed as ‘macho’.  Fortunately this is changing and it doesn’t take much to make a difference.

Looking to ask R U OK? in the workplace? Here are resources, including posters and a practical guide, to help you ask the question in a safe and supportive way.  

R U OK? AT WORK

MENTAL HEALTH SEGMENTS

Our monthly business meetings showcase a Mental Health segment presented by Tanya Fisher from Redcliffe Counselling.   

Here are those recorded segments. 

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