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Talking about mental health problems and dealing with disclosure

Overview

Confidentiality

Where and when

Starting the conversation

Listening and responding approprately

Offering options

Next steps

    • How to support staff who are experiencing a mental health problem. Mind. www.mind.org.uk [accessed May 2017]
    • Managing and supporting mental health at work, disclosure tools for managers. CIPD and Mind, December 2011. www.mind.org.uk
  • Produced by Clare Foster, freelance health editor, and Nick Ridgman, Head of Health Content, Bupa UK, September 2017
    Next review due September 2020

    Bupa UK expert reviewers:

    • Naomi Humber, Psychology Services Manager, EAP
    • Stuart Haydock, Resilience Lead, Health Clinics
    • Sarah Deedat, Head of Behaviour Change
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