Speaking to Your Job About Your Mental Health

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Speaking to Your Job About Your Mental Health

Mental health can be complicated. If you’re going through a difficult mental health period, then you may be wondering if you should tell your job. In this blog, we’re going to discuss this topic. However, it’s important to keep in mind that everyone’s situation is unique. If you’re looking for personalized mental health advice, feel free to reach out to our Avalon Malibu staff. 

We’d be happy to learn more about your situation and connect you with a mental health specialist who can provide you with expert guidance.

Speaking With Your Job

Having a discussion with your job about your mental health is a big decision to make. In some cases, it may be helpful and you may get some support. Unfortunately, that isn’t always the case. Because of that, it’s important to make an informed decision when it comes to speaking about your mental health at your place of work.

Another thing to consider when it comes to speaking with your employer about your mental health is available resources. There may be some ways that you can get support from your job. Some employers will pay for therapy, while others may have other resources that you can consider.

Learning about the resources that your job provides is a great way to understand if they could be the right choice for you. At Avalon Malibu, we strongly believe in the importance of examining all the different resources that are available. 

Speaking with the HR department at your work can be a great way to learn more about available resources and make sure that you’re speaking about your mental health in a safe space. Remember that you should only do things that you’re comfortable with and you should never share personal information that you don’t feel easy to disclose. Being prepared for multiple outcomes is important, so that’s another factor to take into account.

We understand that it can be overwhelming and confusing to think about speaking to your work about your mental health. If you’d like support or would like to explore mental health services, we may be able to help. Feel free to give us a call today at (844) 857-5992. We’d love to hear from you soon so that we can discuss how we could potentially help you achieve your mental health goals. Don’t hesitate to reach out to us and get the answers that you’re looking for.

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