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Ticketed Workplace Mental Health Training

Our ticketed sessions for individuals equip you with the knowledge and tools to create a culture of support for mental health at work.

Looking for a virtual training for your company?

Explore our offerings or take our 30-second quiz to find the best solution for you.

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Did you know?

Awareness and culture training has double the ROI compared to treatment programs.

Deloitte, 2020

"I have worked with the [Mind Share Partners] team for over a year and they have incredible content and facilitators."

Rachel Parrott

Diversity & Inclusion Manager, New Relic, Inc.

Ticketed Training Options

Organizations can always purchase a virtual session for their company on a specific date and time of their choosing.


​Mind Share Partners Institute

$500 - 1,000

Date: First session starts October 1, 2020

Our online certification program that leverages expertise from mental health, management, and legal fields to equip individuals with key skills and strategies to create a culture of mental health within their respective companies and share what they’ve learned in a lunch & learn conversation.

​The program takes place over the course of 3 months and includes four 2-hour virtual training sessions using case studies, scenarios, personal reflection, and action planning tools.

Who Should Attend?

  • Managers looking to better support their teams' mental health

  • Employees leading mental health-related programs and activities (e.g., mental health ERGs, awareness campaigns)

  • HR and related functions incorporating mental health into their strategy

  • Leaders developing a mental health strategy for their organization

What You'll Learn

  • Prevalence and impact of mental health in the workplace.

    • The mental health spectrum

    • The unique role that every employee has in workplace mental health

    • Mental health in the context of diversity and inclusion

    • Navigating the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

  • Skills and capabilities to create a mentally healthy culture

    • How to create culture change and your role as a champion

    • How to have a conversation with employees who might be struggling

    • Proactive practices that create flexibility to support mental health

    • Strategies for maintaining individual self-care.

  • Join a community of leaders driving change in their companies.

    • Best practices from peers at other organizations

    • Problem-solve real-life case studies with other professionals

    • Ongoing peer support and coaching support

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Webinars & Recordings

Check out recordings of past webinars and panels that Mind Share Partners has been featured on.

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Mental Health & DEI: Considerations for Inclusive Workplaces

Culture Amp

June 18, 2020


  • Kelly Greenwood, Founder & CEO, Mind Share Partners

  • Bernie Wong, Senior Associate, Mind Share Partners

  • Tariq Meyers, Global Head of Belonging, Inclusion, and Employee Experience, Coinbase

  • Aubrey Blance, Director of Equitable Design & Impact, Culture Amp

  • Sahra Kaboli-Nejad (moderator), Senior People Scientist, Culture Amp

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Mental Health at Work Now: Voices from Leading Companies

Commonwealth Club & Mind Share Partners

June 23, 2019


  • Kelly Greenwood, Founder & CEO, Mind Share Partners

  • Guru Gowrappan, CEO, Verizon Media

  • Deborah Olson, Principal Benefits Manager, Genentech

  • Ruth White, Clinical Associate Professor, Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work, University of Southern California

  • Amy Gallo (moderator), Contributing Editor, Harvard Business Review; Co-Host, "Women at Work" Podcast; Author, HBR Guide to Dealing with Conflict

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Designing the Mentally Healthy Workplace

The Anxious Achiever Podcast with Morra Aarons-Mele

Harvard Business Review

December 23, 2019

In this episode, host Morra Aarons-Mele speaks with Kelly Greenwood, founder and CEO of Mind Share Partners, and Alison Nasisi, former director of compensation, benefits and work life at The Broad Institute, about what companies can do to truly create mentally healthy workplaces.

Why Mind Share Partners?

We take a unique, evidence-based approach that goes beyond crisis management to establish long-term impact.

Be proactive, not reactive.

Rather than focusing on crisis management and individual solutions, take a preventative approach to ensure that your teams and organizational culture supports mental health year-round to achieve real, lasting change.

Become management experts, not therapists.

We’re not teaching your employees to be clinicians. We teach workplace-specific management skills to support mental health at work, validated by our clinical advisors, legal counsel, and professional communities.

Learn concrete strategies.

Knowledge and awareness is only the first step. Through interactive activities and stories, we teach you how to be both a compassionate human and a compliant professional, including navigating the ADA, checking in with colleagues, and creating a psychologically safe and inclusive team culture.

Looking for more?

Mind Share Partners offers manager trainings, leadership advising, a mental health certification program, and more to achieve true culture change in support for mental health at work.

Not sure where to start? Take our 30-second quiz to find the best solution for you.


Become a Certified Mental Health Champion

Mind Share Partners Institute is a virtual certification program that teaches knowledge and skills to create a culture of support for mental health at your organization.


Mind Share Partners Training & Advising

Equip your organization with the knowledge and actionable strategies to name, normalize, and navigate mental health at work.

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