Mental Health Chat (MH-Chat)

Discover how to support someone who may be experiencing a mental health issue.


MH-Chat is an introductory program designed to provide participants with some knowledge and awareness to recognise, respond and refer when supporting someone who is experiencing a common mental health issue. Participants are introduced to the main signs that a colleague is not coping and may need help. There is also information on self-care and stress management to ensure that participants take responsibility for their own wellbeing.


Topics covered

  • Depression and anxiety
  • Suicide
  • When to be concerned
  • Some simple tips to provide initial help
  • Where to get help
  • How to make a referral

Participants also learn about how to look out for themselves and their colleagues, including:

  • Tips for stress management
  • Promoting positive mental health (self-care)

The training is delivered by qualified, experienced Lifeline trainers. Participants receive a Statement of Attendance at completion of the course.

How it works

Format: Two hour face-to-face session with a qualified Lifeline trainer.


Resources: Handouts.


Outcome: Participants will learn how to recognise, respond and refer when supporting someone who is experiencing a common mental health issue.

Lifeline Corporate Training

We offer a range of courses to improve the mental health and wellbeing of your people, which in turn can help create a more productive, cost-effective and responsible workplace.

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