Antidepressant Skills at Work self care guide
|Antidepressant Skills at Work: Dealing with Mood Problems in the Workplace is a self-care manual developed by scientist-practitioners with expertise in issues relating to workplace mental health and addiction.
The manual was developed by BC Mental Health and Addiction Services, an agency of the Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA), in partnership with the Centre for Applied Research in Mental Health and Addiction (CARMHA) at Simon Fraser University. It was developed as part of an integrated, comprehensive PHSA workplace mental health strategy to improve employee and organizational health, and to support employers in creating healthier workplaces. The PHSA workplace strategy consists of organizational, primary, secondary and tertiary prevention activities.
This manual is intended to assist employees experiencing low mood or depression, and is based on evidence-based principles and practices relating to depression and chronic disease management. It is intended to provide accurate information about depression and is not a replacement for treatment where needed.
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Download the complete manual here (pdf document, 2.8 MB). Or view the online version on the CARMHA website.
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