Film-based programming to support employee well-being, enrich company culture, and drive EAP engagement.
Scilla Andreen, CEO of IMPACTFUL
The Creative Coping Toolkit
Each CCT Film Program Features:
Learning and change can be challenging; we are here to make it easy and straightforward.
IMPACTFUL has the technical ability and flexibility to create a turnkey solution according to your own organization's needs, resources, and logistical constraints.
We know that investing in mental health and wellness makes sense:
Depression and anxiety conditions cost the global economy $1 trillion a year, pre-Covid. The WHO estimates that a $1 investment in the treatment of depression and anxiety yields a $4 return.
“If we realize that caring about our employees is not just offering services but also understanding and knowing them, that’s when we achieve greatness.”
Dr. Alex Alonso
SHRM-SCP Chief Knowledge Officer
“Don’t be afraid to offer the films or resources or do something a little different for your employees to encourage your population base to listen to each other, to ask for help, to know about your resources.”
Benefits Manager, Microsoft Global Wellness
“We almost have a duty as leaders and as organizations to be doing more and to be talking about this on a regular basis.”
US Chief Well-Being Officer, Deloitte Services LP
The Mental Health Collection
Our original documentaries educate on complex and timely topics and always include empowering strategies and practical tips on supporting positive mental health, personal agency, and community well-being.
They provide “edutainment” by interweaving personal stories with expert perspectives from mental health professionals, diversity and inclusion experts, and educators.
“Angst is the most important, eye-opening documentary you will see this year… And every school and corporation needs to screen this film. It’s that important.”
Dr. John Duffy
Clinical Psychologist, Author
"LIKE tells the real story behind social media platforms... Having a balanced perspective on how to navigate social media platforms is essential to all."
Maria O. Alvarez
Vice President, Common Sense Latino
“As a parent, it really made me reflect on my own behavior. In my job, I worry that maybe what I feel is assertiveness and confidence might be more akin to bullying. [The Upstanders] was a wakeup call to look in the mirror.”
Wow. What an incredible film [RTBH]... Our Staff NEEDS to see this film. We need to actually use this film as a training piece along with our other DEIJ committee work.
Psychologist, Abu Dhabi
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