June 14, 2022

Understanding Mental Health with Michelle Dickinson

Today we dive into the complexities associated with mental health. We interview Michelle Dickinson, a resilience coach, on this complex topic. We realize how robust the topic is so we are doing a few episodes on mental health to really create an awareness and help to educate on this topic. Please give it a listen and let us know your thoughts.

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Michelle Dickinson

Author and Resilience Coach

Michelle E. Dickinson is a Workplace Mental Health Strategist and passionate mental health advocate. She is also a TEDx speaker and a published author of a memoir entitled Breaking Into My Life. Michelle goes first and sees herself as the bridge that helps people get comfortable with their mental health so that they reach out and get the support they need before they hit a crisis. She makes it ok to not be ok and thrives on making a real difference in the lives of others – especially around their wellbeing.
After years of playing the role of child caregiver to her bipolar mother, Michelle embarked on her own healing journey of self-discovery. She went on to spend years working to eradicate the mental health stigma within her own workplace by elevating empathy and compassion, causing more open conversations, and leading real change in how mental illness is understood. She was instrumental in building the largest and fasted growing employee mental health employee resource group while at her fortune 500 company.
She also knows first-hand what it feels like to struggle with a mental illness after experiencing my own depression due to her divorce. This has provided her with a rich perspective.
Michelle is out to do her part to eliminate the stigma by normalizing the mental health and wellbeing conversation within the workplace. She partners with innovative organizations that really care about their people to recenter their staff through her powerful people leader resilience programs that provide tangible daily strategies to preserve well-being. She believes that every organization can have a culture of compassion. Her signature Resilience workshop has made a positive impact on thousands of employees throughout COVID-19.