In this episode I talk about mental health at work - particularly in relation to men. I share some developments on the podcast and look at my wobble over this last week. I then focuses on one research paper. The research showed that when men experience psychological distress they are two times more likely to seek support if a friend or family member has shared their own experience of seeking help.
(if you'd like this in a larger format please drop me a line and I'll send you a copy)
David J. Disabato, Jerome L. Short, Diane M. Lameira, Karen D. Bagley & Stephanie J. Wong (2018): Predicting help-seeking behavior: The impact of knowing someone close who has sought help, Journal of American College Health, DOI:10.1080/07448481.2018.1440568
Link to article here.