Mental Health Awareness in the Construction Industry

The suicide rates in the building and construction industry are alarming. Workers in this industry are six times more likely to die by suicide than through workplace accidents.

Construction workers are under a lot of stress. Often subject to sudden change in work and long periods without work. It is physically demanding and people in the construction industry are perceived to be 'tough' and this places even more pressure on the construction industry personnel


It doesn't matter how much money you have, what your social status is, or how physically fit you are—if you don't have peace of mind, you won't be happy in the long run. Mental health and wellbeing are the key to achieving peace and joy in life, and order to do so, you should be able to understand the problems that are holding you back on a psychological level.


The lifestyle of today is so hectic and full of pressure that most of us are susceptible to numerous mental health disorders. Over-working, under-socialising, having constant stress, having bad sleeping cycles, and more—there are a lot of factors which can lead to mental health issues and they need to be identified and addressed.

If not, these can manifest as serious issues such as addiction, depression, phobias, insomnia, and more. The biggest mistake people make is to ignore these problems. The second biggest mistake they make is misguided self-therapy.

This course will help you understand the different types of mental health issues and to move past them in a productive manner.


Poor mental health has become one of the most prominent problems of the 21st century and we are at a point in time when awareness is becoming the key to coping with the problems that lie beneath the surface of our day-to-day lives.

Awareness and communication are the key factors to normalising mental health and to look out for not only yourself but also for someone who might be in need.

This course will help you understand your own behaviour and to decipher the mental wellbeing code.


When it comes to identifying and understanding mental health disorders, there are often many misconceptions. This course will also help you dive into these misconceptions and to learn proven ways to self-diagnose and identify mental health issues in others.


All the participants in this course will learn how to:

  • Understand and deal with stress disorders
  • Learn how to manage and subdue anxiety
  • Understand depression on a deeper level
  • Grasp the concept of phobias
  • Learn how to manage panic attacks
  • Understand the impact of loneliness and isolation (and learn how to move past it)
  • Understand the concept of substance abuse
  • Implement self-care
  • Create a holistic mental health fitness plan

Mental health and well-being are the only way to be genuinely happy and liberated. Get this course and learn how to ease your mind and explore its full potential!

Peter Annis-Brown

A highly experienced business owner, health practitioner, consultant, trainer, coach, advisor and presenter.

A corporate banking career, Non-profit sector CEO, Sport / Exercise Consultant and Allied Health business owner, Board director for VET sector RTO and GTO organisations I possess over 30 years direct experience across several domains.

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