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Newsletter July 2022

CMHA Newsletter - July 2022

Welcome to the City Mental Health Alliance newsletter, with insights, events and guidance to help your business to improve workplace mental health. Do share with anyone who may find it useful. 

 
Global Business Collaboration for Better Workplace Mental Health

New partnership with the Global Business Collaboration for Better Workplace Mental Health

We are delighted to announce that MindForward Alliance, the global chapter of the City Mental Health Alliance, is the new Partner for The Global Business Collaboration for Better Workplace Mental Health (GBC) .

 
Deloitte mental health stigma

Deloitte challenges mental health stigma in early careers

Read how Deloitte’s Financial Advisory business worked with the CMHA to challenge mental health stigma talent population.

 
How The Workplace Will Change The World

How The Workplace Will Change The World

Poppy Jaman reflects on how the World Health Organization  World Mental Health Report   brings us a clear perspective on the challenge our world faces.    

 
mental health parent child

“Keep pushing for help” – parenting a child with mental health difficulties

Here, a mum of two speaks about her experiences of having a child with mental health difficulties, and shares her advice for anyone going through a similar situation.

 
Programme Director - India

We are hiring: Programme Director - India

We are hiring for a programme director in India

 
supporting employee mental health

Podcast: supporting employee mental health

Anastasia Vinnikova, Head of Workplace Wellbeing at CMHA UK shares practical tips with Citywire on how advice firms can support their employees’ mental health.

 
CMHA Singapore Linklaters Heineken

CMHA Singapore – part of the start of a national conversation

Laure de Panafieu and Kenneth Choo talk about the galvanising effect of the pandemic and how the Singapore Chapter is helping to break down stigma.

 
Mental Health young people parent

Mental health difficulties in young people – a parent’s story

Earlier this year we launched our parent’s toolkit on child and adolescent mental health, in partnership with Bank of England, Morgan Stanley and PWC. 

 
New CMHA team members

The CMHA introduces two new roles to the UK executive team

Anastasia Vinnikova joins as Head of Workplace Wellbeing and Erin Welch as Business Development and Relationship Manager to boost our membership offering.