In my workplace
You can be part of the See Us movement by making changes in your workplace.
On going and sustained change is the most effective way to tackle mental health stigma and discrimination in the workplace. But we know that taking action has to start somewhere. We have resources and tools here for you, whether you want to learn more, host a small starter activity, do something big to get everyone talking, or want to make on going and sustained change.
The workplace is one of the areas where mental health stigma and discrimination happens most frequently, so it’s vital that people in the See Us movement are taking action, and making a change.
What sorts of resources are you looking for?
Here you can see what resources we have which suit you best. Select the types of resource you want, let us know the size of action you want to take, where you’re at in your journey and the reason you want to take action. We also have a few recommended resources for making a change in the workplace if you’re not sure where to start.
A great place to start making a difference in work, is to learn about where mental health stigma and discrimination happens, and how people can change thisGet Started
Let’s Chat is a practical tool with guidance, tips and scenarios for line managers and supervisors to start open and honest conversations about mental health in the workplace, without fear of stigma and discrimination.Start a Conversation
- In policy and public affairs
Protection from discrimination Guide
An employee and employer guide to your legal protections from discrimination in workDownload
- In my workplace
- As a young person
What's on Your Mind Toolkit 2020
The pack is to support both teachers and young people to learn about mental health and develop the skills and confidence to tackle stigma and discrimination in school and the wider community.Download
See Me in Work
See Me in Work is our free offer of support to those employers in Scotland that are committed to cre…View
- In my workplace
Information for People Working in Health and Social Care
Working towards mental health inclusion is the best way to tackle stigma and discrimination in healt…View
- In my workplace
Health and Social Care Video Library Page 2
We have a range of videos with those who work in health and social care, and those who access health…View
The Power of Okay - full version- *Explicit Language*
The Power of Okay. It is all about getting people talking about mental health and being there for ea…View
A guide for managers on how to speak to and support an employee with a mental health problem.Download
Our E-Learning gives you all you need to know to start taking action to tackle stigma in work.View
You may also be interested in
While we have created tools and resources specifically for the workplace, there are hundreds of resources we have for other areas of the programme, which can also be used to make real, impactful change at work. Here are a couple we think can help.
FeelsFM, our emoji powered jukebox, designed to help young people to talk about mental health, is a great tool for young people in work to start conversations, and get music to help their mental health.
Walk a Mile
Walk a Mile is designed to get people together to walk, and talk about mental health. There are no labels, just a great opportunity to normalize conversations about mental health.
Sign up to See Us
Sign up to be part of the change, get our See Us Activity Pack to help you to take action at work, get updates on what is happening in the movement across Scotland and receive our See Change mail out.