Aware NI - Mood Matters in the Workplace Programme

It is estimated that the overall prevalence of mental health conditions in Northern Ireland is up to 25% higher compared to England, costing over £3.5 billion per year. Depression and anxiety disorders are the most common mental illnesses in the workplace. As most of those experiencing mental health problems are in active employment, the workplace has a vital role to play in promoting mental health awareness and resilience.

What is Mood Matters in the Workplace?

The AWARE Mood Matters in the Workplace programme is a mental health awareness programme for employees and is delivered onsite in workplaces. The programme content can be tailored to suit the needs of individual employers and normally lasts between one and two hours. The programme helps participants to look after their mental health at work and in their home lives. It also teaches them to recognise the signs and symptoms of poor mental health and makes them aware of sources of help. Click here to download the Mood Matters in the Workplace leaflet.

How to Book

For further information and to find out how to book this course, please contact our Education and Training Team by emailing

Duration of service: 
2 hours

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If the activity occurs during work hours and/or uses work resources, please make sure you have permission from your line manager.
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