Workers are more inclined to accept help if they feel the treatment regime will be considerate.
"Cognitive behavioural therapy", which teaches people to bypass unhelpful thoughts, has few negative connotations.
The business world has also made great strides in dealing with mental health.
A 2017 report by Business in the Community, a British charity, for example,
found that 53% of workers said they felt comfortable about discussing mental-health issues at work.
But plenty of progress still needs to be made. Only13% of those with a problem felt they would be able to discuss it with their line manager.
但仍需要做出更多的进步 。在患有心理健康的人群中，仅有13%的人觉得他们可以和自己的部门经理讨论这个问题 。
Zain Sikafi, a British doctor, has set up Mynurva, an online therapy service that schedules appointments after 5pm and at weekends,
so that people can get help outside office hours. He says that people are reluctant to tell their friends and colleagues that they need therapy.
这样大家可以在下班时间获得帮助 。他称人们不愿意告诉自己的朋友和同事自己需要治疗 。
That is why Mynurva has no app: it would be permanently visible on users' phones.
One approach that might encourage greater understanding, Dr Sikafi suggests, would be a change of terminology.
Terms like "mental illness" are still associated with some severe conditions.
Some companies have a long-hours culture; others insist on near-continuous contact with their employees through their smartphones.
That makes it very hard for workers to escape stress and to devote their attention to their families or to enjoy activities outside work.
On the other hand, flexitime has become more common,
home working may create a calmer environment, and it is more acceptable for men to take time off for family events.
And a reticence to talk about mental health in front of the boss may be unnecessary. Executives are people, too.
或许不必在老板面前对心理健康避而不谈 。高管们也是人 。
A study by BUPA, a health insurer, of global business leaders found that 64% had suffered a mental-health issue at some point.
That ought to make them sympathetic to staff in the same situation.
In theory, a more humane approach should be good for managers and workers for other reasons as well.
The WHO says that "workplaces that promote mental health and support people with mental disorders are more likely to reduce absenteeism,
increase productivity and benefit from associated economic gains." Just the ability to talk freely about stress or anxiety may reduce the problem.
提供生产效率，也能从相关的经济收益中获益 。”仅仅是自由谈论压力或焦虑的能力或许就能减轻这类问题 。
Perhaps in future workers will be no more reluctant to reveal a mental condition than to report a broken bone or a dose of the flu.
1.make great strides 大有进步
By working with these cycles as you become aware of them, you will continue to make great strides.
A growing number of employers are trying to bypass the unions altogether.
3.be reluctant to 不情愿
She's reluctant to take all the credit.
4.devote to 致力于
This is worth all the time and money I devote to learning and practice.