Stress: are we coping?
Stress can affect many of us and can even become a way of life. Our aim is to help people who are struggling with stress, before they reach crisis point. We can give you the tools to identify emotional distress in yourself and in others, and the courage to intervene or seek help.
Work pressures often contribute to people feeling stressed and unable to cope. Our mission is to build happier, healthier workplaces. We do this by working closely with organisations, to deliver bespoke training that gives staff vital skills in listening and wellbeing.
This Mental Health Awareness Week, we have launched a new workplace initiative called Wellbeing in the City. Together with the Lord Mayor’s Appeal, we have created two interactive online tools which bring Samaritans’ expertise into the workplace and gives businesses a practical route to a healthier workforce.
“I found this online training so valuable. It helps by giving practical tips about listening and giving support compassionately.”
Adam Spreadbury, senior manager, Bank of England
Businesses and individuals can sign up for free now using the token code: samaritans2018
How Samaritans can help
Each year, we deliver classroom-based training to hundreds of organisations, supporting them to best manage their vulnerable customers and to improve staff’s resilience and wellbeing.
Our experienced partnerships team are experts in working with organisations to create bespoke charity partnerships. Find out how we can support you this Mental Health Awareness Week.
We welcome and value all volunteers, from all walks of life. Find out how to become one of our vital listening volunteers.