What’s The TRUE Cost of Burnout & Deteriorating Mental Health On Your Organization or School?

Conduct a Complimentary “Resilience Audit Assessment (RAA)” 
To Discover How Your Employees Are REALLY Coping.

Organizations are realizing that the pandemic and social isolation is negatively impacting employee mental health, creativity, problem solving, productivity, and ultimately THE BOTTOM LINE!


1 in 3 Americans are dealing with depression or anxiety due to the pandemic. - CDC

"More than 69%, of employees are experiencing burnout symptoms while working from home.”
- Forbes

$17 billion is lost annually in productivity due to unsupported mental health challenges.

It is estimated that U.S. businesses lose more than 200 million workdays each year to depression. - CDC

"Federal agencies and experts warn that a historic wave of mental-health problems is approaching: depression, substance abuse, post-traumatic stress disorder and suicide."
Washington Post


Your employees are juggling busy schedules, childcare and eldercare demands, blurred boundaries between work and home, financial anxiety, media confusion, family issues and external stresses in the world, leading to:

Employees Underperforming & Disengaged

EAP Services Underutilized

Elevated Disability Costs


The good news is there are 5 things HR departments can start doing immediately to boost Psychological Resilience and defeat burnout!!!
"Psychological resilience refers to the phenomenon that many people are able to adapt to the challenges of life (and business) and maintain mental health despite exposure to adversity." - Clinical Psychology 

5 Key Benefits 

Know How Your People Are Really Faring - Now 

Bolster Resilience & Elevate Psychological Safety Within Your Culture 

Elevate Employee Engagement and Improve Presenteesim

Elevate Employee Performance and Job Satisfaction 

Foster Employee Loyalty

The Journey To Boosting Psychological Resilience Starts with Discovery!

“Every problem can be fixed, but you can’t fix what you don’t know” - anonymous


Michelle E. Dickinson, is on a mission to introduce Psychological Resilience to organizations just like yours. Michelle is a Wellbeing Strategist and has been featured speaker for:

Michelle is a very passionate mental health advocate, a TEDx speaker, and a published author of a memoir entitled Breaking Into My Life. Above all, she is a change maker with mental health experience and a deep commitment to fully empowering people around their wellbeing.

After years of playing the role of caregiver to her mother, Michelle embarked on her own healing journey of self-discovery. Her powerful memoir offers a rare glimpse into a young girl’s experience living with—and loving—her bipolar mother.

She then went on to spend years working to eradicate the mental health stigma within her own workplace by elevating compassion, causing more open conversations, and leading real change in how mental health challenges are understood in the workplace.

Michelle also knows first-hand what it feels like to struggle with her own mental health challenges after experiencing her own depression due to challenging life events.

This has provided her with a rich Trifecta lens on Mental Health. Michelle is deeply committed to positively impacting the mental health landscape and to ending the suffering in silence dynamic that prevents so many from getting care. 

What Michelle's Client's Are Saying...

Doug Friedman,
Partner, Program Leader, Executive Coach 

"Michelle's Resilience Course helped me realize that I was not alone and that I didn't need to be embarrassed by my anxiety. She helped me realize that it was ok to talk about it and more importantly to reach out and ask for help."

Esther Boahene, HR, Kyowa Kirin Co., Ltd.

“Thank you so much for the amazing three sessions you held for our employees. The feedback I received from our staff was absolutely amazing. Your program was very impactful. So many employees were eager to thank us for this session. Thank you, you were great!

Julie Feeley, Director of Marketing, Mondo

“Michelle is a strong, empathetic, and charismatic leader. My organization was drawn to her dedication to mental health support and has benefited immensely by her compassion. She hosted two Mondo Minute sessions on how to lead and put yourself first. Her mental health journey is so compelling and she has a terrific way of relating to people.”

Robyn Shumer
Founder, What’s Your Story USA

Michelle’s passion and commitment to mental health advocacy is notable. She is a subject matter expert due to personal experience, professional engagements and lifelong learning. The impact she has had on changing the way people think about mental health due to her speaking engagements, published memoir and advocacy work around the country is enormous, and I would like to thank her wholeheartedly for the numerous lives she has touched. Michelle’s story is raw, authentic and will lead you to take action.

Ruby C. Castilla
Puentes, MD, FAPA, DrPH, MBA

As a clinician, I appreciate Michelle Dickinson’s comprehension of mental illness. Through the sharing of her story, I have witnessed the real difference that she is having in elevating the mental illness conversation so that together we can remove the stigma.

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