Udemy – Mental Health And Eco Anxiety In The Workplace
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Strategies To Create A Positive Environment And Support Your Staff In Response To Climate Change
Do you want to understand more about how climate change and the environment affect mental health? Would you like to learn how to convert concern over the planet into positive action within your organisation? Do you need help supporting your employees as they grapple with worries about the future? If so, this course on mental health and the impact of eco-anxiety is designed for you!
In the modern world, environmental awareness and sustainability are becoming increasingly important for private citizens, businesses and manufacturers alike. Between climate change and threats to endangered species, many people are concerned about the future of the planet and the millions of species that call Earth home. Worries about the environment have led to an emerging trend that’s known as eco-anxiety. Eco-anxiety isn’t considered a mental health disorder, but it can have a severe negative impact on mental health. As a relatively new concept, it’s critical to identify solutions as early as possible to ensure that people, organisations and leaders are aligned on becoming more environmentally friendly.
This course explores the intersection of eco-anxiety, mental health, and environmental challenges. You will gain an understanding of the definition of eco-anxiety and how it affects mental health. We will also examine the ways in which climate change, pollution, and waste impact the world. You will uncover strategies to combat eco-anxiety and become more environmentally conscious. Furthermore, you will learn how to convert eco-anxiety into positive environmental action and explore the ways in which eco-anxiety can affect business practices. Finally, we will dive into how to support staff as they respond to climate change, this includes best practices for promoting a positive and supportive workplace culture around environmental issues.
Upon completion of this course, you will have the knowledge and tools to navigate the complex intersection of mental health and environmental challenges, and to take meaningful action to address these issues. With the skills gained from this course, you will be able to effectively support your staff and promote a proactive approach to eco-anxiety within your business. Enrol now to learn more!