Employee Psychological Well-Being & Mental Health
Good psychological well-being amongst employees is evidenced to result in fewer work absences, higher productivity and morale, fewer sick leave days, decreased staff turnover, less work accidents and safety incidents. It is an investment well worth making by any company. Maximising our well-being provides us with the tools to meet challenges, to thrive and to live our best lives. Maria works with individuals to Grow Psychological Well-Being, Set Goals and address Mental Health Challenges – Discontent – Unhappiness – Being ‘Stuck’ – Unfulfilled Potential – Stress and Managing Pressure – Lack of Confidence/Self Esteem – Conflict.
What we do can be a tremendous source of satisfaction and pride to us… if all is going well. Attending for interview, preparing for an important meeting, communication challenges, interpersonal difficulties, unfulfilled potential, becoming ‘stuck’ and feeling discontent can threaten this, our confidence and our wellbeing. Support is available for Confidence Struggles – Communication Challenges – Interpersonal Difficulties – Being ‘Stuck’ – Unfulfilled Potential – Stress Management – Conflict Management – Difficult Conversations – Work Reviews & Processes.
The Assessment and Identification of Supports to address challenges faced by children and adults with physical, sensory & intellectual disabilities, in areas such as learning, independence, behaviours and life skills, can help each to realise his/her full potential. Maria works with individuals to assess and identify appropriate supports for Independence Challenges & Supports – Safety Challenges & Supports – Cognitive Development – Restrictions in access to/availing of Opportunities – Quality of Life Issues – Unfulfilled Potential – Grow Psychological Well-Being – Setting Goals -Mental Health Challenges – Living, Learning & Behaviour Supports – Activities of Daily Living.
All ages bring their challenges, we are now much aware of the challenges faced in older age and how important quality of life is, minding our minds, socialising, having fun, staying involved and in control of as much of our lives as possible, tailored supports can assist this. Maria works with individuals, their families and staff to assess and identify supports for DailyLiving Skills – Cognitive & Memory Challenges – Decision Making Ability – Independence Challenges & Supports – Safety Challenges & Supports – Restrictions in accessing/availing of Opportunities – Quality of Life Issues – Mental Health Challenges. Maria also works with organisation to signpost best practice, effectives supports and options in ensuring the needs of clients and staff are met in this area.
Decision Making – Assessment & Support
Uncertainty about decision making capacity can threaten a person’s autonomy. Supporting and enhancing Decision Making Skills protects the individual’s autonomy and independence. Maria works with individuals to assess and identify supports for Decision Making Ability. Maria also works with organisation to signpost best practice, effectives supports and options in meeting needs and addressing challenges in this area.
Creating environments that keep us all safe is essential. Children, adults at risk of abuse, families, individuals working in services or delivering services all require safeguarding. Maria works with individuals and their families to identify and signpost best practice, effectives supports and options in meeting needs and addressing challenges in this area.
Positive Behaviour Support
Behaviours that challenge can really get in the way of person accessing opportunities and living their best lives. Maria works with individuals and where appropriate their families and staff, in Assessing behaviours that challenge and identifying Positive Behaviour Supports