OCT. 22 OR 28

mySupport: Helping managers recognize and respond to depression in the workplace

Join this virtual workshop for guidance in helping your team

Abstract image of woman dealing with mental health issues


Relationship or work challenges, grief and loss, or local or national crises can leave us feeling blue. This sadness is a normal part of the human experience. But when a range of other symptoms accompany the sadness and last for weeks instead of days, the "blues" may have developed into clinical depression.

Depression often impacts multiple areas of life, including productivity and behavior at work. Join a mySupport clinician to learn about depression, its impact on the workplace, and how managers can help employees whose work performance may be affected by it.

Register in advance for this meeting, which will be offered from 4 to 5 p.m. on two dates: Thursday, Oct. 22 and Wednesday, Oct. 28.

Questions can be directed to the Benefits Service Center at 410-516-2000 or benefits@jhu.edu.