The 6th Annual One Mind at Work
Global Forum

Prioritizing Workplace Mental Health Beyond the Pandemic

September 12-14, 2022

The event attracts an esteemed group of employers, advocates, thought leaders, and individuals with lived experience and will include the most robust Global Forum agenda to date.

This three-day summit will be held in person and showcase expert speakers and attendees, to share their insights on a range of important topics including leadership, measurement, diversity and inclusion, social determinants of mental health and fostering trauma-informed workplaces.

2022 Keynote Speakers:

Thomas Insel One Mind at Work

Thomas R. Insel, MD, a psychiatrist and neuroscientist, is a co-founder and President of Mindstrong Health. From 2002-2015, Dr. Insel served as Director of the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), the component of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) committed to research on mental disorders.

Marcus Engel, MS, CPXP, CSP, is a survivor of trauma and author of After This: An Inspirational Journey for All the Wrong Reasons. He holds a B.S. in sociology from Missouri State University and a M.S. in Narrative Medicine from Columbia University in the city of New York.

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2022 Digital Showcase Sponsor

2022 Additional Sponsors

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Watch the 2021 Global Forum Recap Video

About the One Mind at Work Global Forum

The One Mind at Work Global Forum is the premier global event on the topic of workplace mental health and features some of the most influential employers, innovators, advocates, and researchers in the world. In 2022, the event will be held in person only. The Global Forum is invitation-only and free to attend, but priority for attendance is given to members, speakers, and sponsors. 

Past Global Forum Events

Salus Award for Workplace Mental Health

Each year at the Global Forum, One Mind awards two Salus Awards, one to an individual and one to an organization to recognize their outstanding leadership in promoting workplace mental health. See all the Salus Award winners here

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Do I need a ticket to attend? 

Yes. The Global Forum is invitation-only and all attendees must register. If you are interested in attending, please contact This event is not open to the public and space is limited. 

Registration to the event is free, but attendees are responsible for their own travel and lodging.

Which airport is best, how do I get to Napa, and where do I stay?

This year’s Global Forum will take place at the Archer Hotel Napa, located in downtown Napa. For reservation ease, a room block has been secured. 

Click here to reserve your room. Please note: You can select Thursday as your check-out day even though there is an “x” on the calendar.


The Archer Hotel Napa is located 60 miles north of the city of San Francisco, but easily accessible for visitors arriving to the San Francisco (SFO) and Oakland (OAK) airports, as well as the Santa Rosa (STS) and Sacramento (SMF) airports. To get to the forum, we suggest renting a car, booking a shuttle service, or using a rideshare app such as Lyft or Uber. 

Transportation will be provided by One Mind at Work to the Monday evening reception and to the dinner on Tuesday evening.

Can I bring a guest? 

You may request to register a guest, but we cannot guarantee that space will be available. We will maintain a waitlist up until the day of the event and will release tickets as they become available. 

Is there press or photography at the event?

The Global Forum operates under Chatham House Rules, so there will not be press at the event and no comments or statements will be directly attributed to an attendee without their explicit approval. We hire a professional photographer and publish a summary of the event that will be distributed to all attendees and published online. 

Are meals included?

We will provide breakfast and lunch on Tuesday and Wednesday. We will host a members-only reception on Monday evening, and speakers and attendees are invited to dinner on Tuesday evening at the Staglin Family Vineyard but must confirm attendance in advance. 

What is the dress code?

Most attendees dress in business attire for the forum, slightly more casually than they would in an office meeting (ties and suits are not necessary). Keep in mind that Napa in September can be warm, but the venue will have air conditioning. Dress for the speaker and attendee dinner is typically “business cocktail” – but no need to change between the forum and dinner unless it is your preference. 

One Mind at Work is committed to establishing the business case for executive-level leadership on workplace mental health. We are exploring best practices, improving support and reducing stigma through corporate culture, access and training. Through our work, we are leading a decrease in the impact of brain health challenges on employees through evidence-based interventions.