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Certified MHFA England courses for adult

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for Youth

Certified MHFA England courses for supporting young people

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A preventative approach to staff training

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Providing managers with the training they need

Why Mainly Mental Health?


Our mission at MMH is to provide a help create a culture of openness about mental health and reduce stigma so that our workplaces are places where all staff can thrive and be at their best. By creating a safe working environment we will be more productive and engaged. We aim to deliver the best mental health training available.


MMH works with a network of Instructors who are experts in the field of mental health and have a long history of delivering exceptional training experiences to the business community. We deliver across the UK and can accommodate multi-site training demands. We listen to our clients and make sure that each training session incorporates our client’s main aims and unique needs.

The business case

Although there are many ‘common sense’ reasons for improving mental health literacy at work, the most recent and comprehensive report outlines the business case for doing this. Following the Stevenson-Farmer Review in 2017, the Deloitte Mental Health & Employers – refreshing the case for investment pandemic and beyond review in 2022 highlighted that:

The challenges:

  • The cost of poor mental health to employers has increased by 25%to around £56bn, equivalent to an average of £2001per employee in the private sector.
  • This cost is higher in Finance, Insurance, Real Estate – up to £3710 per employee.
  • The ‘Great Resignation’ has seen the cost of turnover surge from £8.6 billion to £22.4 billion – an increase of 150% since 2019.
  • Leavism has been cited as a significant new factor – the practice of taking annual leave to cover sickness or to catch up on workload.
  • Over half of employees said they would not discuss mental health with their manager.
  • Burnout, exhaustion and mental distance from the job and reduced job performance have been evidence during and since the pandemic.
  • Young people aged 16-25 bear the brunt of poor mental health at work.

There is hope:

  • The return on investment of workplace mental health interventions has increased from £4.00 for every £1 spent to £5.30 for every £1 – demonstrating a clear business case for budget holders.
  • Focusing on providing training universally or to targeted groups has a positive impact on the ROI of mental health interventions. This could be as high as £10 for every £1 spent for line manager training.
  • Most of the middle to larger range of UK employers are now implementing pro-active mental health and well-being strategies, including comprehensive training programmes.

Learn More About Mental Health at Work


  • Use insights to take stock, monitor and analyse performance at the organisation
  • Tackle stigma and improve awareness
  • Provide more support through training
  • Understand the drivers of presenteeism and leaveism in the organisation and take action to reduce them

  • Ensure support is appropriate for and accessible to young people
  • Consider whether increasing financial literacy and providing financial support is appropriate for the organisation
  • Sign the Mental Health at Work commitment (pg 32 of the Deloitte review)

MMH will work with you to provide training compatible with these strategies and plans.

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