Basic Course Information:

The R.I.G.H.T. Method for Addressing a Mental Health Crisis is a 45-minute program (+ 15 min. Q & A) designed to educate management teams on The R.I.G.H.T. Method for identifying, addressing, and resolving an employee mental health crisis in the midst of the crisis itself. A crisis that could, if unaddressed, result in unwanted company expenses such as presenteeism, absenteeism, quiet quitting or even worse, undesirable employee behavior that could place your company on the BREAKING NEWS segment of the nightly news. The R.I.G.H.T. method entails; R – Risk Assessment. I – Interaction. G – Give Encouragement. H – Help. T – Tools. At programs end, attendees will not only know how to identify signs of mental illness and substance use, they’ll also be equipped with the skills needed to address these issues effectively. Thereby avoiding the negative consequences experienced by countless companies who have disregard their team’s mental health. Companies who, by disregarding their team’s mental health, have chosen to leave their employees ‘power of influence’ to an unknown element. By providing your management team with The R.I.G.H.T. Method for Addressing a Mental Health Crisis, you’ll be giving your management team the very tools they need to perform their job effectively.


This 45-minute program is taught at your facility. Speaker will provide participants with the needed handouts. Speaker will also provide flip charts (for audience participation), videos and power point slides. Q & A is typically 15 minutes, but speaker usually stays until all questions are answered.


The Virtual version of this program is provided via Zoom. Handouts are submitted during the program as editable PDF’s. Audience participation portion is conducted via video and/or in the chat.


A non-refundable deposit of 50% is required in advance to book this event. Contact us via the Book Now page for more information on pricing and Alternative Methods of Payment (AMOP) that can be used to reduce your costs.

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