Mental Health & the Workplace: Stigma, Reality & Hope
This type of talk provides an introductory understanding of what mental health & illness is and is not, how it manifests in the workplace, the attitudes and behaviours it engenders, and what can be done about it. Whether it’s an audience oil and gas pipefitters in Empress, Alberta to wealth managers on Bay Street, from elementary school teachers to lawyers, a wide array of industries benefit from better understanding of how to manage mental health in the workplace.
Mental Health & Illness in the 21st Century
Goldbloom provides a broad overview, challenges stereotypes, and includes history as well as excitement about the future. He looks in detail at our beliefs, attitudes and behaviours toward people with mental illness and is equally suitable for lay and health professional audiences.
Mental Health, Mental Illness & Creativity
This talk has been given at the Stratford Festival, at teaching hospitals and universities, and in community settings. It’s an entertaining exploration of the creative process and how it relates to mental health, invoking some of the latest scientific research about the nature of the association.
Order of Canada
Her Majesty’s Diamond Jubilee Medal