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The Workplace Bullying Resource Centre and ABRC Mental Health Counselling Services

Linda Crockett is the founder of the Workplace Bullying Resource Centre, and ABRC Counselling Services. She believes the first steps to enhancing psychological safety in the workplace is to build knowledge, stimulate open discussions, teach on the early warning signs, tactics, profiles, prevalence, and causes of harassment and bullying. In addition, offer solutions. Workers need to have an understanding and language to identify what is happening to them. Employers, leaders, and employees need tools to address this complex phenomenon. With information, skills, and tools, leaders and employees can prevent and/or intervene earlier before any harm has occurred. Harassment and bullying are costly for all people involved. It can destroy organizations, reputations, careers, lives, and cost multiple millions each year when it is not addressed appropriately. It is recommended that you utilize qualified, experienced, licensed professionals, for this will save you injuries, damages, and the resulting costs. You want to prevent secondary injuries, decrease recruitment and insurance costs, and improve productivity. ABRC offers support and resources to employers, leaders, teams, groups, and individuals. This includes those who are experiencing bullying (targets or complainants), those witnessing this abuse (bystanders or witnesses), and also those identified for acting out with harassing or bullying behaviours (respondents or perpetrators). Linda offers training, consultants, work culture assessments, investigations, coaching, and clinical treatment. All services are provided with a trauma informed, holistic perspective. In the clinical practise, Linda works with those impacted by depression, anxiety, difficult life transitions, decisions, low self esteem, grief and loss, trauma, and more.

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