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For Corporations

Dr. Kane offers mental health education and professional development training to corporations. During her presentations, Dr. Kane discusses mental health challenges common in the workplace and solutions for business leaders. Dr. Kane tailors her presentations and consultations to address your industry's mental health needs.


Dr. Kane also provides guidance to corporations on how to create a supportive, inclusive environment where employees feel safe and are encouraged to seek help if needed. She works with business leaders to develop mental health policies and procedures. In addition, she provides actionable steps for employers to foster a positive, healthy workplace culture. 


Below you will find a library of presentations by Dr. Kane designed to support your workplace.

Over 20 million U.S. health workers at risk for mental health problems
according to NIOSH

Mental health concerns among health workers include stress, burnout, depression, anxiety, substance use disorders, and suicidal behavior.


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Trauma & the Window of Tolerance

Using the Window of Tolerance, a metaphor to explain why we experience dysregulation, discover tools to navigate stress, uncertainty, adversity, and trauma in an emotionally healthy way. ​​

- Insights from a mental health counselor 

- An exploration of how trauma affects the nervous system​​

- Information on how to regain balance and prevent burnout

How to Start (and Continue!) A Conversation About Mental Health

We imagine drowning is loud and detectable, but drowning is actually a quiet tragedy. People often suffer in silence. I will be providing tools for opening up conversations and supporting mental health conversations in the workplace through this presentation.

*Dr. Kane can also provide assessments for an additional fee to determine the specific mental health needs of your organization. She can then customize her presentation and recommendations based on the results.

Strategies to build mental health awareness

- How to have positive mental health conversations and role plays

​​- Ways to reduce stigma

Mental Wellness & Families

​As remote working arrangements increase, work-life can have a dramatic impact on home-life (and vice versa). Employees are more likely to stay when they see that their employers care not only about them, but also about their families.

- Supporting a loved one with their mental health diagnosis 

- Personal boundaries at home and on-the-job

- How to talk to your employer about family issues that may be affecting your job

When Trauma Comes to Work

The reality is that trauma does not go away on its own. Approximately 70% of U.S. adults have experienced trauma, and they wait an average of 10 to 17 years to seek help after a traumatic event from childhood. Unresolved trauma has significant health consequences, including an increased risk of mental health diagnoses and physical manifestations like high blood pressure, strokes, or heart attacks. 

- What is trauma? What are its impacts? 

- Find out how support groups work

- Triggers and managing trauma responses

- Building cultures of friendship and shared values with respect of individual differences

All Behavior is Communication

Our brains use emotions to convey important information. When employees behave in a difficult way at work, they are usually trying to communicate something. We will discuss how to decode behavioral messages in this presentation.Together, we'll develop observation skills to increase emotional intelligence and interpersonal skills. 

- Nonjudgmental approaches to employee behaviors

- Body language (facial expressions, gestures, etc.) observations and meaning

- When and how to share your observations

Eating Well for Health & Vitality

Eating strategies based on wellness, not diet or weight loss. Using a holistic approach, it will offer a variety of ways to learn about health and nutrition.

- Learning about your relationships to food and the body

- Connections between what we eat and our moods

- How to better meet nutrient needs

Mental Health 101

Designed for a general audience, this presentation builds mental health knowledge for your whole organization and complements DEI (Diversity Equality and Inclusivity) training.

The state of workplace mental health in 2022/2023

- Basic understanding of the most common mental health disorders, signs, and symptoms

- Various treatment options and when to refer to professionals

- Mental health best practices for small and large employers

The Dangers of Self-medication & Self-diagnosis

Often, people self-medicate by using drugs (prescription or otherwise), alcohol, or other substances in order to cope with depression, anxiety, pain, or intense emotions. Self-diagnosis is often accompanied by self-medication, resulting in exacerbated depression and anxiety, increased self-harm and suicide, as well as other dangerous behaviors. 

- Understand barriers to seeking help and why people self-medicate

- Identify and eliminate stigmatizing language

- What a diagnosis means and who should diagnose

- Ways to normalize seeing a therapist so it feels less taboo

The Daily Brain—Four Areas to Focus On

While it’s true the workplace can be a source of stress for many, it can also be a place of healing. Organizations can create or strengthen a psychologically healthy environment. 

- Simple, daily actions to address absenteeism, presenteeism, turnover, accidents, and productivity loss.

- Top Down Bottom Up Model™ for prevention and intervention

- Daily Brain Engagement Model™ for social, emotional, cognitive, and physical health

Wellbeing for Managers & Leaders

A company's mental health culture is heavily influenced by its leaders. Give your managers the opportunity to learn about mental health and how to support their teams. The purpose of this topic is to answer the question: What is mental health and what do leaders need to know about it?

- Signs and symptoms for leaders to watch

- Stigma and discrimination

- Reasons why people don't speak up

- Best practices to create a mentally healthy workplace

Outing the Imposter

Imposter syndrome is real and can keep employees from doing their best work. Send your employees to this presentation for a confidence boost!

- Uncover the causes of imposter syndrome

- Break the imposter syndrome cycle in your own life

- Discover how to move toward and set goals

You're Grounded! and it's a Good Thing

No, no one is in trouble. It's not that type of grounded. This presentation is for those looking to reduce stress and handle life's demands.

- Grounding techniques and exercises to manage anxiety

- How to incorporate meditation into the workday

Enhancing the health and wellbeing of our communities

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