Our programs and services are designed to promote mental wellness for everyone. We believe in giving each person the power and knowledge to manage their mental well-being, maintain a healthy lifestyle and get help when needed. Give us a call at 314-773-1399 to learn about the ways MHA can help you.
- Address Stress encourages individuals to recognize the signs and symptoms of stress. It provides practical stress management strategies that can be used in the workplace and beyond.
- Busting Burnout focuses on how unchecked stress can lead to burnout. It highlights the differences between stress and burnout, and offers practical tools, resources and strategies for those finding it difficult to maintain a work-life balance.
- Reaching Resilience provides essential information and skill-building activities for adapting well to life changes, transitions or challenging circumstances.
- Live Your Life Well uses proven strategies to teach participants skills to maintain wellness and to remain positive and hopeful.
- Mindfulness helps you integrate strategies into daily life that strengthen your ability to regulate emotions, build attention to detail, and enhance problem-solving skills to help you to stay focused on the present.
- Emotional Intelligence explores the relationship between feelings, thinking and actions, as well as their impact on communication and relationships. Boost your E.I. for personal and professional success.
- Power-up Productivity increases your ability to manage your energy instead of time in order to improve productivity. In this seminar, you'll explore ways to replenish four types of energy, set meaningful goals, maintain motivation and combat procrastination.
- Compassion Fatigue explores the differences between burnout, vicarious trauma, caregiver stress and compassion fatigue. This seminar views wellness as an ethical mandate for those in the helping professions and provides techniques for maintaining one's mental health.
- Care of Self/Care of Others offers ways to reduce caregiver stress, replenish the caregiver's energy, enrich the caregiver experience, and distinguish between grief and depression.
Support groups are helpful tools for people who share a common condition or situation. Understanding each other's challenges can be invaluable to emotional well-being and personal growth. Our support group section offers three options:
- A searchable directory of self-help groups of all kinds
- A start-up guide for those who would like to start a support group or want tips on increasing their group's effectiveness
- Additional assistance at The National Mental Health Consumer’s Self-Help Clearinghouse
MHA’s training sessions for law enforcement improve community services by helping officers and 911 dispatchers identify and interact effectively with people in the midst of a mental health crisis. We publish Street Talk, a newsletter for law enforcement officers that addresses a variety of mental health topics. MHA annually presents the John J. McAtee award to officers who have shown extraordinary compassion and skill when responding to someone in psychiatric crisis.
In times of need, having a knowledgeable and understanding professional to handle financial management of Social Security benefits can be comforting to all involved. MHA’s Representative Payee program steps in to seamlessly manage financial obligations so people with mental illness feel more stable and secure, and can focus on their healing and personal growth. Call 314-773-6752 or click here for a printable flyer.