Samaritans aims to improve mental health of corporate workers

Dublin Bus has committed to ongoing training after pilot scheme and programme will soon be expanded to An Post

1st June, 2021
Samaritans aims to improve mental health of corporate workers
Rosemary Smith, former rally driver, Louisa Murray, Dublin Samaritans volunteer, and Phil Donohue of Dublin Bus at the launch of Learn 2 Listen. Picture: Maxwells

Dublin Bus has signed up to ongoing training with the Samaritans after the mental health charity piloted its corporate mental health workshop for the company’s employees.

The programme is to expand as An Post workers are to begin receiving the workshops this month, and Samaritans has now opened the service to any interested businesses.

The suicide prevention charity has created the half-day workshop to help employees to recognise stress, learn listening skills and...

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