Workplace Mental Health Webinar

Dispelling the myths of ‘Blue Monday’

Join us on Monday 17th January 2022, 11:30am – 12:30pm for our first webinar of 2022.

This year we wanted to dispel the myth that the third Monday in January is the most depressing day of the year and remind people that depression is a serious condition that can affect people on any day.

Learn how businesses can support employees mental health throughout the year.

Onebright mental health

Looking after employees mental health

Did you know that poor mental health collectively costs UK employers up to £45 billion each year?

  • In 2021, one in five employees reported that their employer had offered additional mental health services since the start of the pandemic – down from 35% the previous year.
  • On average, for every £1 spent supporting their worker’s mental health, employers get £5 back on their investment in reduced presenteeism, absenteeism and staff turnover.


Remote working has presented challenges for companies of all sizes. Regardless of the size, one true thing is that meeting the need for connection and camaraderie is key to a healthy and productive working environment. When random office chats are no longer possible, teams can struggle to stay motivated at a distance, which makes regular mental health check-ins more critical than they’ve ever been.

But how can employers support mental health in their remote workers while maintaining the trust and respecting autonomy?

About Onebright:

Onebright is a personalised on-demand mental healthcare company, building a brighter way to provide life-changing support for employees and their families around the world. We are investing in clinical expertise and technology solutions to deliver a complete mental healthcare service and superior outcomes at scale.

Our business offers a comprehensive range of personalised and on-demand mental health services, delivering both face-to-face and digital mental health support at scale and in 49 languages.

What we offer:

  • Training – portfolio of over 80 training modules delivered by clinicians and academics
  • Consultancy services – supporting senior leadership teams with mental health business strategy
  • Assessment – comprehensive assessment process to support tailored treatment
  • Treatment– dedicated case manager to support the people you look after.  Matching with experienced clinician delivering evidence based psychological services remotely or in person.
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This webinar will cover:

  • Mental health at work
  • Spotting signs and symptoms of stress and depression
  • What business leaders can do to prevent issues and protect staff
  • How to monitor mental health and the challenges of a virtual workforce
  • How Onebright can help
  • Q & A


All are welcome to this webinar which is particularly suitable for:

  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Chief Operating Officer
  • HR Professionals
  • Director of Health and Safety
  • Director of Occupational Health
  • Head of Wellbeing
  • Head of Employee Engagement

This webinar will be delivered by Onebright’s Justine Maguire and Liz Simon. About Justine and Liz:

About Justine Maguire:

Justine Maguire is an accredited CBT therapist with the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) and is also trained and experienced in EMDR and Schema therapy. Justine initially completed a degree in Neuropsychology and MSc in Health Psychology and has a background in Neurorehabilitation. She then completed her CBT training in 2012 after supporting many families impacted by Traumatic Injuries and began working more with Mental Health and PTSD. She has worked with a variety of mental health disorders in both a 1:1 and group setting.  She has a clinical interest in Complex Trauma, Bipolar Disorder and Depression and enjoys being part of a thriving, innovative expert team of clinicians and workforce.

About Liz Simon:

Liz Simon is an accredited CBT Therapist Trainer and Supervisor with the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive psychotherapies (BABCP).

She completed her MSC in CBT in 2007 and has a background in mental health nursing. Alongside a private practice, Liz commenced teaching in 2008 and was a founder member of the Pg Dip CBT teaching team at the University of Hertfordshire. She took over the Programme Leadership in 2013 and ran a successful MSc programme for 7 years. Her specialist interests are in comorbidity, transdiagnosis, specifically overcoming low self-esteem and perfectionism. This interest has been inspired from working with people in a variety of clinical settings and across disorders. Liz enjoys being a compassionate and collaborative supervisor both in individual and group settings.