World mental health Day 2022 workshop: Mental health in an unequal world
The pandemic is still impacting the lives of many across the globe. Health concerns, changes to the way we work and financial worries, plus many other factors, have contributed to a rise in anxiety and depressive disorders.
Due to societal inequality, these issues have deeply affected those who were already facing considerable challenges.
To coincide with World Mental Health Day 2022, the Institute will continue to discuss the issues affecting those already struggling, as well as banking professionals. The theme of this year’s campaign is ‘mental health in an unequal world’. Following on from our previous discussions on Mental Health whereby we’ve explored the pressures brought on by working life, the pandemic, loneliness and many more surrounding issues, we are delighted to work with the Bank Worker’s Charity to deliver a workshop led by Paul Barrett, Head of Wellbeing.
During this workshop, Paul will share his knowledge on the importance of Financial Wellbeing. Attendees to this workshop will gain insight into how we can support ourselves and others to cope with the pressures facing finance professionals during a cost of living crisis.