These FAQs from the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust are designed to give employers some basic information and to signpost them to other useful tools and organisations.
Charlie Waller Memorial Trust
The Charlie Waller Memorial Trust was set up in 1997 in memory of Charlie Waller, a young man who took his own life whilst experiencing depression. It aims to help people to understand and talk openly about depression, help young people know how to maintain wellbeing, and ensure the most appropriate treatment is available to everyone who needs it.
Resources from this organisation:
This PDF booklet suggests ways for occupational health practitioners to stay healthy and stress-free.
In this PDF guide, you can learn how to create your own mental wellbeing strategy, from drafting your policies through to publicising the plan.
This example policy demonstrates what a good mental health and wellbeing policy might look like. It is designed to be changed to fit the needs of your organisation.
Developing a solid wellbeing policy can be the first step in improving your workplace's attitudes towards employee wellbeing. This PDF guide explores what a good policy should contain, why it matters to your organisation, and how to measure it.
This PDF guide from the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust and the Society of Occupational Medicine offers advice for looking after your own mental health as a healthcare professional.